education psychology language across the curriculum lac meaning gestalt psychology definition constructivism steps characteristics bed obsessive-compulsive diorder dependent personality disorder avoidant personality disorder narcissistic personality disor histrionic personality disorde borderline personality disorde antisocial/psychopath/sociopat schizotypal personality disord schizoid personality disorder paranoid personality disorder types of persionality disorder personality disorder characteristics and benefits modes e-learning : concept fiacs flanders’ interaction analysis category system information processing – atkinson-shriffrin mode types of questions and teachers role nature of questioning in the classroom ppt vs prezi presentation simulation link practices phases in micro teaching micro teaching steps micro teaching cycle micro teaching - teaching skills academic language across subjects – components kohlberg's view of moral development erickson’s view of psycho social development levels and phases of teaching language laboratory modular instruction barriers of communication factors affecting communication communication cycle steps in communication types of communication components communication - concept keller plan personalized system of instruction(psi) programmed instruction individualized instructional strategies individualized instruction gagne’s hierarchy of learning – eight types of lea gagne’s hierarchy of learning gestalt school cognitive theory insight learning albert bandura social cognitive learning bruner - six aspects of cognitive developme jerome.s. bruner - stages or mode of cognitive dev cognitive constructivism - jerome.s. bruner cognitive constructivism psychology – meaning and definition psychology moodle leaning management system virtual learning flipped class room web based seminar webiner bulletin boards blogs internet forums e-communication e learning online learning web based leaning blend learning it@school edusat ugc-cec site emrc avrc siet ciet resource centers for educational technology edgar dale's cone of experience strategies for developing motivation in learners a praise and blame reward and punishment need of motivation characteristics of motivation motivation of motivation significance of motivation motivation -definition motivation in education motivation education technology audio visual aids - non projected aids audio visual aids - projected aids audio visual aids multi sensory approach in education technology multi media approach in education technology systems approaches of educational technology difference between hardware and software approach software approach of educational technology hardware approach of educational technology approaches of educational technology advantages and disadvantagesof education technolog significance of education technology scope of education technology objectives of education technology principles of education technology functions of education technology characteristics of education technology definition of education technology meaning of education technology education technology - concept uses and limitations of intelligence testing categories of intelligence tests intelligence test multiple intelligence (howard gardner). structure of intellect (guilford) primary mental abilities (thurston) two factor theoryintelligence (spearman) intelligence theories strategies for promoting eq and sq. eq and sq concept of iq difference between iq eq and sq spiritual intellience. emotional intelligence intelligence – definition intelligence – meaning strategies for improving effective memorization factors influencing memory types of memory memory - definition memory causes of forgetting ebbinghaus forgetting curve theories of forgetting types of forgetting forgetting- definition forgetting metacognitive skills metacognitive awareness components of metacognition metacognition - definition metacognition developing creative thinking in learners divergent thinking creative thinking (steps) convergent thinking types of thinking thinking problem solving concept formation attention perception concepts of sensation adolescent stress and its management stress management strategies stress and coping stress helping adolescents for better adjustment management of adolescent problems – role of teache management of adolescent problems sex abuse etc) depression suicidal tendencies substance abuse problems of adolescentsproblems of adolescents (in hysiological and socio-psychological needs needs of adolescence emotional and intellectual) and psychological ch developmental (physical developmental and psychological characteristics o adolescents teaching and learning learners relevance of educational psychology to teachers nature and functions of educational psychology cognitive neuro science and positive psychology. nativism humanism psycho- analysis structuralism schools of psychology – brief description of behav functionalism integrated personality mature personality psychology - 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concept teacher as a researcher types of research characteristics and scope of research function introduction to research types of grading grading in education sgpa cgpa grade gpa css cbcss credit and semester system internal assessment in education cce continuous and comprehensive evaluation (cce) peer assessment participatory assessment open book exam poster assessment student profile rubrics portfolios group discussion seminars projects assignments non-scholastic evaluation co-scholastic recent trends and practices in assessment and eval inculcating leadership qualities in the learner qualities of a leader types /styles of leadership in the classroom leadership – concept class control and management classroom behavior in school settings classroom psychology sociometry social relationship in the class room group dynamics and group cohesion psychology of the group - meaning and characterist delinquent socially & culturally disadvantaged physically disabled mentally challenged learning disabled slow learner underachiever gifted creative learners exceptional children aptitude tests and inventories in class room teach interest inventories. significance and implication &datb gatb aptitude and interest- attitude scales testing of attitude development and research guidance administration instruction remediation diagnosis grouping promotion uses of evaluation - 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