EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY FOR TEACHING AND LEARNING

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EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY FOR TEACHING AND LEARNING

  1. 1. EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY FOR TEACHING AND LEARNING Dr. MANAS RANJAN PANIGRAHI manaseducation@gmail.com MANAV RACHNA COLLEGE OF EDUCATION MANAV RACHNA EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS FARIDABAD
  2. 2. Psychology • First Stage: Psychology was defined as the “study of the soul” • Second Stage: It was again defined as the “study of the mind” • Third Stage: Again it was defined by William James (1890) as the “Study of Consciousness” • Fourth Stage: “Study of total Behaviour” (consciousness and unconsciousness)
  3. 3. “Psychology is the scientific study of the activities of the individual in relation to his environment” by: Woodworth & Marquis “Psychology today concerns itself with the scientific investigation of behaviour” by: N.L. Munn
  4. 4. Psychology Applied Psychology Pure Psychology Crime Clinical Legal Military Industrial Plant Animal Educational
  5. 5. Educational Psychology • It is that branch of psychology which deals with teaching and learning (by: Skinner) • It describes and explains the learning experiences of an individual from birth through old age (by: Crow & Crow) • It helps the teacher to understand the development of his pupils, the range and limits of their capacities, the processes by which they learn and their social relationship (by: Peel)
  6. 6. Tools for Teaching & Learning Teacher Pupil (Student) Environment
  7. 7. Key Factors • • • • • The Learner (Student) The Learning Experiences The Learning Process The Learning Situation or Environment The Teacher
  8. 8. Educational Psychology with regard to Teaching & Learning • To Know the learner • To select and organize the subjectmatter or learning experiences • To suggest art and techniques of learning as well as teaching • To arrange learning situation or environment Cont … …
  9. 9. • To acquaint him with the mechanism of heredity and environment • Helping in maintaining discipline • Rendering guidance services • Helping in evaluation and assessment • Solving classroom problems • Knowing about himself • Motivation for Teaching and Learning • Knowledge about group study and group behaviour • All round development personality
  10. 10. We never end what we wants to end … … … It begins with inclusion of something New Thanks

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