Educational
Psychology 1
Problem Based Learning (PBL)
Group Assignment
By Group 5:
Cheong Xi Ling
Laura Huang Jia Mei
Eve ...
Case Scenario 2
Summary
Jeremy is unhappy because of the many tuitions
and assignments arranged by his mother, the
ridic...
Case Scenario 2
He is under stress by his parents as they have
high expectation for him to do well in school since
he is a...
Problem Statement
As beginning teachers, providing support in
building positive relationships between students
with paren...
List of Questions
1. What type of support is appropriate for building
positive relationships between students
with parents...
List of Questions
5. Why is it necessary for teachers to respect
the child as a learner and what are the
implications when...
Key points/Problems
Teachers providing weak support for students to
build positive relationship with their parents and
pe...
Key points/Problems
Lack of understanding in students
Lack of understanding in students will result in
less effective te...
Applicable Theories
Vygotsky social cultural perspective
Vygotsky’s views of knowledge construction
Bronfenbrenner’s Bi...
Solutions to the Problems
cooperative learning groups compromised of
members of varying abilities
peer tutoring opportun...
Solutions to the Problems
authoritative parenting style
comprehensive partnership with parents
decision making, include ...
List of references used
Books
Ormrod, J. E. (2011). Educational Psychology :
Developing Learners (7th Ed.). Boston: Pears...
List of references used
Thank you for your
attention ! 
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  • Educational psychology 1 pbl group assignemnt preseantation

    1. 1. Educational Psychology 1 Problem Based Learning (PBL) Group Assignment By Group 5: Cheong Xi Ling Laura Huang Jia Mei Eve Lai Yan Qing Lee Xiu Wen
    2. 2. Case Scenario 2 Summary Jeremy is unhappy because of the many tuitions and assignments arranged by his mother, the ridicule and neglect by his peers, and the way his teacher reacted towards his restlessness in his studies. He is also unable to do what he likes. He is also always alone and lonely as he does not have any friends, and he hardly see his parents due to their busy work schedule.
    3. 3. Case Scenario 2 He is under stress by his parents as they have high expectation for him to do well in school since he is attending so many extra classes. As such, Jeremy may develop low sense of self, low self-believe which will affect his self-esteem. Low self esteem will also cause him to think that he is incapable in many area, which may result in him to not make an effort to try or to give up entirely. His low self-esteem may also stop him from trying to make friends as he will have negative thoughts that he is not accepted and that no one wants to be friends with him.
    4. 4. Problem Statement As beginning teachers, providing support in building positive relationships between students with parents, peers, and teachers are important. Through active communication with parents, teachers will understand the student better and learn the different types of parenting style adopted by them and it's impact on the student's development. In addition, teachers should respect the child as a learner and understand their social environment as it will affect their development and academic achievement.
    5. 5. List of Questions 1. What type of support is appropriate for building positive relationships between students with parents, peers, and teachers? 2. How should teachers communicate with parents so that they would have good understanding of both the parent and student. 3. Are there other ways which will help a teacher in understanding his/her student better? 4. What are some other parenting style which will affect the development of the child and in what ways?
    6. 6. List of Questions 5. Why is it necessary for teachers to respect the child as a learner and what are the implications when teachers fail in doing so? 6. What are some ways in which the teacher can do to understand the social environment of the child? 7. What are some strategies teachers can use to improve student learning and academic performance?
    7. 7. Key points/Problems Teachers providing weak support for students to build positive relationship with their parents and peers Students developing poor personal, social, and pro-social developments due to poor relationship with parents, peers and teachers. Parents adopting poor parenting style Teacher does not engage in effective communication with parent and student
    8. 8. Key points/Problems Lack of understanding in students Lack of understanding in students will result in less effective teaching Lack of understanding in student personal and social development
    9. 9. Applicable Theories Vygotsky social cultural perspective Vygotsky’s views of knowledge construction Bronfenbrenner’s Bioecological Theory Erickson - identity vs. role confusion Marcia identity status theory Lawrence Kohlberg conventional Piaget's
    10. 10. Solutions to the Problems cooperative learning groups compromised of members of varying abilities peer tutoring opportunities to afford students the chance to interact with a peer Scaffolding Social interactions in group activites Set up an authoritative environment Teacher interventions (individualised)
    11. 11. Solutions to the Problems authoritative parenting style comprehensive partnership with parents decision making, include families as participants an instructional plan at zone of proximal development effective perspective thinking create a sense of cognitive disequilibrium using the KWL method communicate caring
    12. 12. List of references used Books Ormrod, J. E. (2011). Educational Psychology : Developing Learners (7th Ed.). Boston: Pearson. Eggen, P., & Kauchak, D. (2010). Educational Psychology: Windows on Classrooms (8th ed). NJ: Pearson. Tan, O. S., Parsons, R. D., Hinson, S. L., & Sardo- Brown, D. (2011). Educational Psychology: A practitioner-researcher approach. An Asian Edition (2nd ed). Singapore: Thomson. Santrock, J. W. (2009). Educational Psychology (4th ed.) (McGraw-Hill International Edition). Boston: McGraw-Hill
    13. 13. List of references used
    14. 14. Thank you for your attention ! 

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