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ABBOTT GROUP OF COLLEGES HARIPUR

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Advance Educational Psychology – SME629


Objectives

After completion of this course, the students will be able to:


 Describe the meaning of learning;
 Apply the learning principles in instruction and help the students in showing
maximum learning output;
 Compare various theories of learning and develop a personalized understanding of
human learning capabilities;
 Understanding and apply the motivational principles in her instructional activities;
 Understand the various concepts of intelligence and use this understanding in
monitoring the student calls performance: and
 Understand the stages and factors affecting development and relate her / his activates
to characterize of the students.

Outline of Contents
Unit 1 Introduction

1.1 Meaning, Objectives and Scope of educational Psychology


1.2 Methods and technique of education psychology
1.3 Brief introduction to recent developments in educational psychology

Unit 2 Social and Moral Development

2.1 Personal and Social Development


2.2 Moral Development
2.3 Islamic Values and moral development

Unit 3 Intellectual Development

3.1 The stages of development


3.2 The process of development
3.2.1 Assimilation
3.2.2 Accommodation
3.2.3 Equilibration

Unit 4 Human Learning


4.1 Historical perspective on learning: Thorndike, Pavlove, Gestalt
4.2 Behavior theories of learning: Operant conditioning
4.3 Cognitive perspectives of learning
4.4 Information processing theory
4.5 Factors affecting learning
Unit 5 Intelligence
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5.1 Modern concept of intelligence
5.2 Multiple intelligence
5.3 Measurement of intelligence
5.4 Intelligence and school performance
Unit 6 Individual Differences
6.1 Sources and types of individual differences
6.2 Grouping a student in school
6.3 Effects of individual differences on learning

Unit 7 Gagner’s Nine Events of Instructions


7.1 Facing attention
7.2 Informing the learning of objective
7.3 Stimulating the mescal of prior knowledge
7.4 Presenting structures.
7.5 Proving learning guidance
7.6 Electing performance
7.7 Proving learning Guinness
7.8 Electing performance
7.9 Proving fee back
7.10 Assessing performance
7.11 Enhancing retention and transfer

Unit 8 Personality Development


8.1 Origins of personality development
8.2 Personality tracts
8.3 Attitudes and interest
8.4 Moral Aspects of personally

Unit 9 Mental Health and School


9.1 Learning disabilities
9.2 Behavioral retardation
9.3 Mental retardation
9.4 Role of Teacher in students mental health and development

Suggested Reading
 Educational Psychology, by S.M. Shahid Published by Majeed Book Depot
 Brown, sally; Armstrong, Steve; and Thompson, Gail (1998) Motivating Students,
Staff and Educational Development Association.
 Gardener, Howard, (1993) Multiple Intelligence the Theory in Practice.
 John, Roberth (1995). Classroom Learning and Teaching. USA: Longman Publishers.
 Khattak Ibrahim (1999) Educational Psychology Peshawar, Ijaz Printers.
 Salman, Philida, (1995) Psychology in the Classroom: Reconstructing Teacher and
learner Cassell. (Publisher).
 Salvin, Robert E (1998) Educational Psychology: Theory into Practice (2nd Edition)