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Title      : BEd CC-02 Understanding the Learner and Learning Process
Subject      : B.Ed General
copyright ©  2018     : Karnataka State Open University
Author      : KSOU
Publisher      : Karnataka State Open University
Chapters/Pages      : 36/525
Total Price      : Rs.      : 395
 
 
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Psychology- An Introduction Total views (309)  
You are aware that human organism is the most complex one. Human activities have two dimensions- the external and the internal. The external activities are observable but the internal activities, which are related to the inner self, are not so easily observable. You should know that the external activities are the outcome of internal activities - that is the activities of one's inner self.
Pages: 10
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Educational Psychology an Introduction Total views (305)  
In the previous unit you have studied about the meaning, nature, scope and branches of Psychology. You are aware that Psychology in recent days has its applications in various disciplines and has resulted in the emergence of various applied disciplines.
Pages: 12
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Educational Psychology- Utility Total views (308)  
Educational Psychology as you know is the branch of Psychology, which studies the learning experience of an individual from birth to old age. Educational Psychology has greater utility in making the teaching learning process interesting, inspirational and effective. It is of great help to a teacher in understanding the learner and his development at various stages so as to provide suitable lear ......
Pages: 12
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Methods of Psychology-1 Total views (309)  
Psychology, as you already know is considered as a positive science of behavior. It is concerned with studying the behavior through scientific investigations. Psychology has suggested various methods to study the learners behavior in a scientific way.
Pages: 14
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Methods of Psychology-2 Total views (309)  
In this unit you are going to study about Case Study Method and Survey Method. Case Study Method is such a method wherein an in depth study is made about an individual who is having some specialty or peculiarity. Survey Method is a sort of descriptive investigation where in extensive study of the situation is conducted before arriving at conclusion.
Pages: 14
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Data Collection Devices An Introduction Total views (306)  
Collection of data is a very important step in the methods of studying learner's behaviour. To gather the data from different sources we need many data gathering tools or techniques that may vary in their structure, design, method of administration and interpretation. To collect certain type of information we need a specific data-gathering device, which is called as tool.
Pages: 18
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Development-An Introduction Total views (308)  
In this Unit as suggested by the title of this Block let us try to 'understand the learner by analyzing the development and change that is brought about in human beings. In the following paragraphs we will be studying about the concept, general principles and different stages of development.
Pages: 18
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Development Up to Adolescence Total views (311)  
In this Unit you will be studying about the salient features of development up to adolescent stage. The stages that are included are infancy, babyhood, early childhood and later childhood. The stages that are considered in this analysis are identified by Elizabeth B.
Pages: 14
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Development During Puberty And Adolescence Total views (318)  
You have already studied the different stages of development. In this Unit we are going learn about the general characteristics of adolescence. This stage is very important because adolescence is marked by biological maturation and a period of stress and strain. Further you will be learning about the various factors that influence this stage.
Pages: 12
Price: Rs 9   
 
Stages of Development: Different View Points Total views (321)  
In this Unit you will be studying the concept of development and the different trends of development.Further you will be analyzing Piaget's and Brunets views on cognitive development. You will also be learning about the moral development and different stages of moral development along with Piaget's and Kohlberg's views on the same.
Pages: 14
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Fostering Normal All Round Development Total views (322)  
In this Unit you will be studying about the role of the school in fostering normal all round development from early childhood to adolescence. Early childhood is considered because; most of the children attend different types of pre-primary schools, which to some extent influence the all round normal development of children. Formal schooling starts from the late childhood.
Pages: 10
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Guidance and Counseling Total views (323)  
Educational and occupational scene is rapidly changing everywhere. curricula offered have tremendously expanded. Occupations too have increased manifold. Due to the complex and ever changing society, man is faced with adjustment problems. One needs assistance in choosing the right courses, suitable occupations and solve the problems to lead life successfully. The student needs guidance as well as ......
Pages: 21
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Personality- an Introduction Total views (326)  
It is said that every individual is unique on this earth. Even in the case of identical twins, one can see a lot of differences that constitute differential personalities. It is a fact that every individual is said to have a personality of his/her own that is unique and distinct from every other personality. In a usual sense, we believe that every individual has some striking qualities or traits ......
Pages: 10
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Measurement of Personality Total views (325)  
The term "Measurement of Personality" would be subjective and inappropriate as the very nature of personality does not lend itself to accurate or objective measurement. Any attempt to 'measure' personality would lead towards incorrect assumptions. Personality is a total whole and a dynamic pattern which makes it quite analyzable in its separate components.
Pages: 12
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Process of Adjustment Total views (323)  
One of the main aims of education is to prepare the child to live successfully in the society with 'adjustment.' The word 'adjustment' simple means to adapt or modify one's behaviour to meet the demands of changing environment. As a teacher one is more concerned with the concept of adjustment as the primary purpose of education is to train children to solve personal, social and economic problems i ......
Pages: 10
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Defence Mechanisms Total views (323)  
There are some common ways which the individuals use to defend or escape from conflicts and frustration which are known as defense or adjustment mechanisms. In this Unit, we shall discuss how the mechanisms are used by people and the characteristics of defense mechanisms. Further, we shall study different types of defense mechanisms and their implications for parents and teachers.
Pages: 12
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Well Adjusted Personality Total views (323)  
In this Unit let us try to learn the concept of a well adjusted personality by analyzing different viewpoints of eminent psychologists. Try to study different characteristics of a well adjusted personality. Other than these, let us also try to study the concept of maladjustment and how to identify maladjusted individuals in detail.
Pages: 16
Price: Rs 12   
 
Mental Health and Hygiene Total views (322)  
In this Unit you will be studying the meaning of mental health and mental hygiene. Further you will study in detail the role of teaching in promoting and protecting mental health in school children.
Pages: 9
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Individual Differences- An Introduction Total views (328)  
I am a unique person. There is no one like me in the whole world. I am a man with a difference. I am different from all the others in this universe "I am not praising myself. All the above statements about me are true. You can also make the same statements about yourself and those statements will also be true.
Pages: 12
Price: Rs 9   
 
Areas of Individual Differences-1 Total views (329)  
In this unit characteristics belonging to the cognitive or mental area are taken up for detailed discussion. The unit includes two important concepts like intelligence and creativity. Both the concepts are really important from the viewpoint of education, as we are interested in the mental development of the child.
Pages: 16
Price: Rs 12   
 
Areas of Individual Differences-2 Total views (330)  
This unit is devoted to the study of individual differences in the affective domain. In this unit we will discuss about concepts like interests, attitudes and values. We will discuss about the tests related to these concepts also. Aptitude is to be dealt in cognitive domain only.
Pages: 10
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Exceptional Children Total views (329)  
After reading this unit, you will be able to: Define exceptional children. Classify exceptional children. Describe several terms used in special education. Discriminate between special education, compensatory education and integrated education for disabled.
Pages: 12
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Individualizing Instruction Total views (328)  
The preceding units have discussed the differences in a detailed way. So the same curriculum and same method, technique or strategies may not hold good for all the individuals in the classroom. The methods, strategies, approaches and techniques of teaching will have to be differential and this is the implication of accepting the individual differences which is a scientific reality.
Pages: 10
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Learner as a Member of a Group Total views (332)  
Man is a rational social being. The word social is as important as the word rational when we define human beings. Debates concerning social values and individual values or the process like socialization and individualization occupied a very important place in the history of philosophy.
Pages: 13
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Learning- An Introduction Total views (328)  
After studying this Unit you will be able to: Define the concept of Learning. Explain the nature of Learning. Define the concepts of Development and Maturation. Bring out the relationship between Learning, Development, and Maturation. Justify the need for a 'school'. Explain Learning as Information Processing.
Pages: 24
Price: Rs 18   
 
Processes of Learning-1 Total views (330)  
After studying this Unit you will be able to: Identify types of learning. Explain the nature and principles of Learning through Association. Explain the nature and conditions of Conditioned Learning. Explain the nature and conditions of Observational Learning. Bring out the educational implications of different types of learning.
Pages: 22
Price: Rs 16.5   
 
Processes of Learning-2 Total views (327)  
Continuing our explanation about different processes of learning let us examine two more processes of learning -Discovery Learning and Meaningful Reception Learning. These two processes deal with cognitive processes rather than stimulus -response bonds or connections. They deal with higher mental processes like thinking, reasoning, perception, exploration, surveying the situation, insight and als ......
Pages: 24
Price: Rs 18   
 
Understanding Kinds of Learning-1 Total views (327)  
In school situation children are expected to learn different types of understanding, facts, contents, principles and problem solving skills. They have to learn different subject content. In addition to learning different facts, events and information, they have to go beyond this specific knowledge and learn meaning of new words, names of things, classification of things, concepts, principles, gen ......
Pages: 36
Price: Rs 27   
 
Understanding Kinds of Learning-2 Total views (327)  
Human behavior is quite complex, strange and at the same time interesting also. Men have different interests, different values and different pursuits. They react towards things, places, persons and even ideas in different ways. Their likes and dislikes are different.
Pages: 18
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Facilitating Processes of Learning Total views (328)  
In addition to the teacher's sincere efforts to teach different kinds of learning, various other factors are to be considered by the teacher. These factors influence the teaching - learning process and facilitate or interfere in the teaching - learning process. Hence, a classroom teacher should have a good knowledge of these factors and should know how to manage these factors in order to facilita ......
Pages: 35
Price: Rs 26.25   
 
Memory Total views (329)  
Learning occupies a very important place in one's life. Your best efforts in learning may turn futile if the products of learning are not used by you as and when required. For making use of the material learnt, it must remain in your mind stored up somehow, to be used when the need arises. You are sure to have exclaimed sometime. "Oh! I don't remember", or "Oh, I am not able to recollect". Now th ......
Pages: 10
Price: Rs 7.5   
 
Forgetting Total views (326)  
We experience in our daily life that sometimes we want to recall the name of a friend or some piece of information. We fail to recall at that time but when conditions are different, the name or information comes back more or less spontaneously. It is a universal experience. We do not remember all that we experience. Perhaps it is necessary too.
Pages: 10
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Motivation Total views (325)  
The teacher is daily faced with a variety of problems in his teaching - learning situations such as Mohan is naughty in the class. He does not lake interest in his studies. Ashok, another boy, engages himself in antisocial activities inside and outside the school. Another boy does not concentrate on his studies and secures high grades in the examination.
Pages: 10
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Attention Total views (324)  
You come in contact with the world around with your sense organs, The would around you sends innumerable stimuli to our sense organs calling for attention, You cannot attend to all the stimuli simultaneously, but you select only one at a time and attend to it. For example, when you are in the classroom, the light in the room, the other students sitting around, the lecturer who is lecturing, are t ......
Pages: 8
Price: Rs 6   
 
Transfer of Learning Total views (328)  
You learn so many things and perform many tasks in your life. Sometimes when you learn or perform a new task, you find that it has been influenced by some of your previous learning. The learning of addition or subtraction helps the child in learning multiplication and division. Learning of mathematics helps in solving the numerical problems in Physics.
Pages: 8
Price: Rs 6   
 
Factors That Influence Learning Total views (332)  
The process of learning is influenced by a variety of factors. Knowledge of these factors can prove very enlightening for teachers and parents in understanding and guiding the process of learning among children. These factors and connected with the learner, the learning material, the learning processes and learning situations or the environment.
Pages: 9
Price: Rs 6.75   
 


 
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