Educational Psychology: A Textbook in Educational Psychology as Orthopedagogics.

Author: 
Van Niekerk, P. A. (Ed.)

Translation (2001) of part [Chapters 1-16] of Die Opvoedkundige-Sielkunde: ‘n Handleiding in die Opvoedkundige-Sielkunde. Stellenbosch: University Publishers and Booksellers, 1986.

CONTENTS

FOREWORD

PART I
THE TERRAIN OF EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY AS ORTHOPEDAGOGICS
P. A. Van Niekerk

Chapter 1
Intervention with a child in distress
1. Introduction
2. The deviant child
3. Explanatory models

Chapter 2
The many sides of educational psychology (psychopedagogics)
1. Introduction
2. The psychological study of development
3. The educational/pedagogical study of development
4. A diversity of accents

Chapter 3
The personal development of a child
1. Introduction
2. Affective development
3. Cognitive development
4. Normative development
5. Synthesis

Chapter 4
The restrained child
1. Introduction
2. A unitary approach

Chapter 5
An educational psychology model
1. Introduction
2. Linking up education and psychology

Chapter 6
Designing an educational psychological practice
1. Introduction
2. The essentials of deviancy
3. Evaluating
4. Diagnosis
5. Synthesis

PART II
THE PARTICULARIZATION OF MOMENTS OF DEVIANCY
Andri Van Der Merwe

Chapter 7
Evaluating and diagnosing
1. Introduction
2. Diagnosing
3. Implementing media
4. The diagnostic report

Chapter 8
Emotional and behavioral problems
1. Introduction
2. Neuroses
3. Aggressive behavior
4. Social withdrawal
5. Elective mutism
6. Disobedience
7. Juvenile delinquency
8. Under-achievement
9. Eating disorders
10. Enuresis
11. Encopresis
12. Nail biting and thumb sucking

PART III
PROVIDING ASSISTANCE
Millie Olivier

Chapter 9
Pedotherapy: Theoretical foundation
1. Introduction
2. The pedotherapeutic situation
3. Child anthropological grounding of pedotherapy
4. Preparation for pedotherapy

Chapter 10
Techniques for giving assistance: An orthopedagogic perspective
1. The orthopedagogic use of psychotherapeutic techniques
2. Family therapy
3. Play therapy
4. Imaginary journey
5. Behavior modification
6. Human modeling
7. Logotherapy
8. Bibliotherapy
9. Therapy to promote school readiness
10. Theraplay
11. Other techniques
12. Prognostication

PART IV
LEARNING PROBLEMS
Ron Coetzee and Petrusa Du Toit

Chapter 11
Disharmonious educative dynamics: The terrain of orthodidactics
1. Learning problems as phenomena
2. Types of learning problems
3. Disharmonious dynamics of teaching
4. Helping authorities
5. The educational psychologist as an orthodidactician
6. Transprofessional collaboration

Chapter 12
The origin of learning problems
1. Introduction
2. Defective actualization of learning
3. Teaching deficiencies
4. Deficient contents
5. Genetic-physiological conditions underlying learning restraints
6. Synthesis

Chapter 13
Symptomatology
1. Introduction
2. Disharmonious actualization of becoming
3. Deficient learning effects
4. Synthesis

Chapter 14
The practice of diagnosing learning problems
1. Introduction
2. The educational psychological (orthodidactical) practice of diagnosing learning problems
3. Synthesis

Chapter 15
The helping practice
1. Approaches
2. Helping techniques
3. An example of a helping strategy for Alida (see Chapter 14)
4. Synthesis

PART V
HANDICAPS
Andri Van Der Merwe

Chapter 16
Children's handicaps
1. Introduction
2. Hearing handicapped children
3. The visually handicapped child
4. Neurological handicaps
5. Physical handicaps
6. Psychosomatic conditions
7. Seriously mentally handicapped
8. Psychoses
9. Child abuse
10. Synthesis

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