Childhood and Growing Up Book


CHILDHOOD AND GROWING UP  B.Ed. I YEAR PDF BOOK

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UNIT –I EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY – GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT
1.1 Introduction
1.2 Objectives
1.4 Branches of Psychology
1.5 Educational Psychology
1.6 Purpose and principles of teaching and learning
1.7 Meaning of growth and development
1.8 Differences between growth and development
1.9 Importance of growth and development
1.10 Human development process
1.11 Concept of individual differences
1.11.1 Biological
1.11.2 Psychoanalytical
1.11.3 Cognitive implications
1.12 Cognitive development
1.13 Attention factors
1.13.1 Span of attention
1.13.2. Inattention and distraction
1.13.3 Concept formation types

SUGGESTED READINGS:

1. Bhatia, H.R. (1973): Element of Educational Psychology, 5th Edition, Orient
Longman
2. Chauhan .S.S (1978): Advanced Educational Psychology, Vikas Publishing
House Pvt Ltd New Delhi.
3. Dandapani .S. (2001): A Text Book of Advanced Educational Psychology: Anmol
Publication, New Delhi.
4. Robinson.S. (2009): Foundation of Educational Psychology 2nd Edition. Ane
Books Pvt Ltd, New Delhi.

UNIT –II UNDERSTANDING ADOLESCENT LEARNER Structure

2.1 Introduction
2.2 Objectives
2.3 Adolescent learner
2.4 Growth and development
2.4.1 Physical Development
2.4.2 Cognitive Development
2.4.3 Social Development
2.4.4 Emotional Development
2.4.5 Moral Development
2.5 Adolescent Period
2.5.1 Nature and Peer Factor influencing the development
2.5.2 Behavioral pattern in terms of motivation
2.5.3 Attitude and Development of self-concept
2.6 Method of studying learner’s behavior at the adolescent stage
2.6.1 Observation
2.6.2 Interview
2.6.3 Experimentation
2.6.4 Case study

SUGGESTED READINGS:

1. Baron R.A (2001): Psychology (5th Ed) Allyn & Bacon
2. Das. J.P (1998): The working Mind: An Introduction to Psychology. Sage
Publications.
3. Morgan C.T. King, R.A, Weisz J.R & Schopler, J. (1986): Introduction to
Psychology (7th ed) Mc Graw –Hill Book Company.
4. Zimbardo P.G. (1985): Psychology and life. Harper Collins Publisher.

UNIT-III LEARNING Structure

3.1 Introduction
3.2 Objectives
3.3 Learning
3.4 Types of learning
3.4.1 Trial and error learning
3.4.2 Classical conditioning
3.4.3 Operant conditioning
3.4.4 Gestalt theory
3.5. Theories of development
3.5.2 Psycho-social theory of development
3.5.3 Theory of moral development
3.5.4 Theory of psychosexual development
3.5.5 Theory of emotional development
3.6 Factors affecting learning
3.6.1 Learning problems
3.6.2 Enhance learning skills
3.7 Transfer of learning
3.8 Remembering and forgetting
3.8.1 Curve of forgetting
3.8.2 Individual differences in learning

UNIT-IV MOTIVATION Structure

4.1 Introduction
4.2 Objectives
4.3 Motivation
4.4 Kinds of motives
4.5 Theories of motivation
4.5.1 Hulls drive reduction
4.5.2 Maslow’s need hierarchy
4.6 Mc Clelland’s achievement motivation
4.7 Fear of failure and hope of success
4.8 Motivation in the classroom context
4.9 Praise and blame rewards and punishment
4.10 Level of Aspiration

SUGGESTED READINGS

1. Aggarwal J.C (1995): Essentials of Educational Psychology, Vikas Publishing
Home Private Limited, New Delhi.
2. Bhatia, H.R (1977): A textbook of Educational Psychology, Mac Millan, New
Delhi.
3. Kundu C.L & Tutooo, D.N. (1988): Educational Psychology, Sterling
publications, New Delhi.
4. Robinson, S (2009): Foundation of Educational Psychology, 2nd Edition, And
Books Pvt. Ltd.,, New Delhi

UNIT V INTELLIGENCE Structure

5.1 Introduction
5.2 Objectives
5.3 Nature of Intelligence
5.4 Theories of intelligence
5.4.1 Single-factor theory
5.4.2 Two factor theory
5.4.3 Multifactor theory
5.4.4 Guilford structure of intellect
5.5 Individual differences in intelligence
5.6 Distribution of intelligence
5.7 Intelligence test & uses
5.8 Let us sum up
5.9 Unit-end activities
5.10 Answers to check your progress
5.11 Suggested readings

UNIT –VI CREATIVITY Structure

6.1 Introduction
6.2 Objective
6.3 Concept of creativity
6.4 Identification of creative pupils
6.5 Difference between intelligence and creativity
6.6 Convergent & divergent thinking
6.7 Latent thinking
6.8 Process of creativity
6.9 Fostering creativity

SUGGESTED READINGS

1. Chauhan, S.S (1988): Advanced Educational Psychology, Vikas Publications, New
Delhi.
2. Mathur S.S (1994): Educational Psychology, Loyal Book Depot, Meerut.
3. Sharma, K.N (1990): System, theories and modern trends in Psychology,
4. H.P.B.Agra.
5. Bigge, L. Morris (1982): Learning theories for teachers, Harper & Row Publishers,
New York.

UNIT –VII PERSONALITY Structure

7.1 Introduction
7.2 Objective
7.3 Meaning and definition of personality
7.4 Major determinants of personality
7.5 Theories of personality
7.6 Psychoanalysis theory
7.7 Assessment of personality
7.8 Projective techniques
7.9 Integrated personality

SUGGESTED READINGS
1. Pruthi, R. K (2006): Educational Psychology, Discovery Publishing House, New
Delhi.
2. Chauhan, S.S (2005): Advanced educational psychology, Vikas Publishing
House Pvt Ltd, New Delhi.
3. Bhatia, P.R. (2005): Psychology of Teaching-learning Process, Anmol Publication
Pvt Ltd, New Delhi.
4. Chatterjee, S.K. (2002): Advanced Educational Psychology, Books and Allied
Pvt Ltd, Calcutta.

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