educational psychology

educational psychology
Educational psychology is the area of psychology that is concerned with the study and assessment of teaching methods, and with helping individual pupils who have educational problems.
Derived words:
educational psychologist plural N-COUNT assessment made by an independent educational psychologist was essential.

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