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Citation: Huitt, W. Why study educational psychology? Educational Psychology Interactive. There is some discussion among practicing educators about the importance of studying educational psychology. One way to think about this issue is to define some terms.
Change is inevitable. As humans, we constantly grow throughout our lifespans, from conception to death. Psychologists strive to understand and explain how and why people change throughout life. While many of these changes are normal and expected, they can still pose challenges that people sometimes need extra assistance to manage. The principles of normative development helps professionals to spot potential problems and provide early intervention for better outcomes. Developmental psychologists can work with people of all ages to address roadblocks and support growth, although some choose to specialize in a specific age group such as childhood, adulthood, or old age. Developmental psychology is the branch of psychology that focuses on how people grow and change over the course of a lifetime.
In this paper the concept of teacher development is well examined, and theories pertaining to it are also linked to. There are some important terms that need clarification and defining before the concept is explored in deep. The reasons why some terms are worth clarifying is the need for shared understanding. The absence of shared common understanding threatens construct validity, and difficulty in identifying teacher development process. Development is a process that involves change from a primitive state to a more advanced one. The United Nations Development Programme uses a more detailed definition and according to them development is to lead long and healthy lives, to be knowledgeable, to have access to the resources needed for a decent standard of living and to be able to participate in the life of the community.
Imagine two children born in the same town and the same year to families with similar socioeconomic statuses. One child grows up to be assertive and confident, while the other grows up to be timid and shy. The study of the stages of human development can help explain the reasons for these differences and much more. What is human development, exactly? Human development is a branch of psychology with the goal of understanding people — how they develop, grow, and change throughout their lives. This discipline, which can help individuals better understand themselves and their relationships, is broad. As such, it can be used in various professional settings and career paths.
The process of learning is continuous which starts right from the time of birth of an individual and continues till the death. We all are engaged in the learning endeavours in order to develop our adaptive capabilities as per the requirements of the changing environment. For a learning to occur, two things are important: 1. The presence of a stimulus in the environment and 2. The innate dispositions like emotional and instinctual dispositions.
A qualitative study of perception of workload found that it was very weakly related to hours of work. Behaviorist Learning Theories The origins of behaviorist learning theories may be traced backed to the late 's and early 's with the formulation of "associationistic" principles of learning. The questionnaire could be used as a diagnostic tool to discover which aspects of the environment need attention. Calfee Eds. The intent was to determine not only what strategies worked well for all types of science classes, but also what specific motivational approaches were being used in high and low tracked science classes and the similarities and differences between them.
Functions Educational Psychology. Unit II. Understanding Learner. Stages of Human development i). Physical, Social, Emotional & Cognitive development.
Concept, Distinction among Growth, Development and Maturation. Juvenile Delinquency. Promotion of Mental health of students and teachers.
Attribution CC BY. This text provides a relatively comprehensive overview of most foundational educational psychology theories. However, there are some important elements missing, as well as an over-emphasis on classroom management and assessment that veer away from
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