For some time I have been trying to figure out what the connection between social psychology and educational psychology is. By their definition, it seems that there at least one (major) point of connection. Both disciplines have the term "psychology" in their title.
However, if you go further to investigate the connection, you might find that Wikipedia entry on educational psychology seems a bit confusing:
"Educational psychology is the study of how humans learn in educational settings, the effectiveness of educational interventions, the psychology of teaching, and the **social psychology of schools as organizations."
Does it mean that social psychology should be considered as a part/subdiscipline of educational psychology?