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    • PSYCHOLOGY CONCEPT AND EDUCATION PSYCHOLOGY SUHARTI BINTI MOHAMAD ARIFFIN NOR LIYANA BINTI KAMARUDDIN
    • PSYCHOLOGY
      • Psyche = soul or mind
      • Logic = study
      • Psychology :
          • A study of human soul or mind.
          • A study of human mind and behavior.
          • A scientific study of human mind to understand, explain and predict human behavior .
      • Scientific :
        • A study done with systematically data collection
          • Problem definition and hypothesis
          • Data collection technique
          • Data collection and data analysis
          • Report
      PSYCHOLOGY
      • Behavior :
        • The appearance of a human ; “what they do and say”.
            • Can be observed, described, recorded.
      • Human mind :
        • Knowledge and intellectual ability.
      PSYCHOLOGY
    • PSYCHOLOGY CONCEPT CONCEPT INSTINCT NEED MOTIVATION DESPERATION
      • Biological psychology
      • Cognitive psychology
      • Developmental psychology
      • Personality psychology
      • Social psychology
      FIELDS OF PSYCHOLOGY
    • THE IMPORTANCE OF LEARNING PSYCHOLOGY
      • Be a better person / improve our live
      • Easy to understand others
      • Realize that people is unique.
      • Empathy
      • Sensitivity
    • EDUCATION CONCEPT Activities that relate to the development of knowledge, skills, physical and spiritual. Education of an individual human begins at birth and continues throughout life. Education is a need, not a desire.
    • Education of an individual human begins at birth and continues throughout life. Education is a need, not a desire. Education = school activities EDUCATION CONCEPT
    • EDUCATION PROCESS 2. Re – Enforce Through Exercise 3. Clarify and Review Material 1. Provide Information 4. Test To Verify Learning
      • Provide information
      • The teacher, instructor, trainer or educator
      • provide the information to the learner through the various educational media: in-person teaching, books, tapes, CBT or WBT.
    • 2. Re-enforce with exercises Student is given exercises to perform to practice and re-enforce what was learned Exercises are seldom done when the learner is doing self-study by reading a book or listening to an audio tape. In these situations, the learner may re-enforce through repetition
    • 3. Review information Answers to the exercises are then given with explanations to clarify the information and to help review the material.
    • 4. Verify knowledge Students are given a test to verify what they have learned and to measure the success of the instruction.
      • Education psychology is combination of psychology and education; scientific research on student behavior in education aspect.
      • It’s cover the student behavior in learning situation in the classroom.
      EDUCATION PSYCHOLOGY
      • Education psychology focus are :
      • Student (the leaner)
      • Teacher (the teacher)
      • Situation and teaching-learning process (student, teacher, technology and environment)
      EDUCATION PSYCHOLOGY
      • Atan Long (1976); science of research on student behavior in learning environment in the classroom.
      • Smith (1978); scientific research on individual behavior in education including teaching& learning principles and techniques to solve education problems.
      • .
      EDUCATION PSYCHOLOGY
      • Slavin (1991); research on student, teaching& learning focuses on education process, skills, values and attitude distracted from teacher to student in the classroom, including psychology principle in teaching.
      EDUCATION PSYCHOLOGY
    • RESEARCH TYPES
      • Quatitative research
      • Use data to describe learning phenomena.
      • Consist of research dependent and independent variables.
      • Qualitative research
      • Use language to explain teaching phenomena that has complex specific characters.
      • It consist of observe technique, case study and interview.
    • EDUCATION PSYCHOLOGY CONCEPT Education Psychology Education Psychology Research in teaching-learning process in classroom Techniques Principles Theories
    • IMPORTANCE OF EDUCATION PSYCHOLOGY
      • Provide knowledge on theories and psychology principles to teachers to practice it in classroom.
      • Give knowledge on students behavior so that teachers can avoid discipline problem in classroom effectively.
      • Completing psychology knowledge on student attitude to help teachers create their healthy personality and positive self-concept with better guidance.
      • Provide teachers with psychology theory and principles that help increase teaching quality in classroom.
      • Give better understanding on student nature and needs to help teachers use effective motivation techniques and create good relationship between teacher-student.
      • Provide teachers knowledge, skills and useful teaching attitude in education activities.
      IMPORTANCE OF EDUCATION PSYCHOLOGY
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