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TRCN PQE 004 – Educational Psychology – Course Contents; Practice Test
NB – The course has been sub-divided into each category of teachers. You are advised to prepare for all categories
|PQE 004. Educational Psychology: Child, Adolescence & Adult Psychology; Human Learning|
|Category D:||Category C:||Category B:||Category A:|
|NCE Teachers||Graduate Teachers||Master Teachers||Doctoral Teachers|
|Meaning and scope of
Relevance of Psychology to
Teacher Education; Human
Reproduction – Principles of human growth and development; Stages and features of human growth and development – physical, social, emotional, intellectual, and moral; Theories of personality development – Sigmund
Theory, Traits Theory, etc; Individual differences; Heredity and environment;
Concept of learning; learning theories and their application to classroom situation; Behaviourist, Cognitive, Constructivist theories of learning; transfer of learning; factors affecting learning; motivation; concepts of reward and punishment and their practical application to education; Memory, Rote- Learning and Over-learning; Remembering and forgetting; Effects rural and
urban settings on learning; managing over-crowding in schools.
|Stages and determinants of
human development from birth to adulthood.
Effects of heredity and environment on the physical, cognitive, social, moral and emotional development of an individual.
The relation and application of
Introduction to the field of Educational Psychology. Role of Psychology in the
Selected theories of personality (Minimum of two theories).
The nature/nurture debate
Psychology and Instruction: Psychological factors that affect learning;
Psychological foundations of intelligence, motivation, etc; Individual differences and effect on academic performance; etc.
|An introduction to educational psychology.
Development from conception to young adulthood.
The intellectual, social, moral and emotional needs of learners.
The needs of special learners. Perception of people and attribution of causes; self-concept; attitudes and behaviour; Power, authority and civil rights.
Psychology of learning and cognition, psychological therapies in the school,
Individual differences in intelligence and learning styles. Cognitive and
Higher cognitive skills in learning and motivation.
|Theories of learning;
their classroom implications on various Educational practices.
Developmental stages in childhood, adolescence and adulthood.
Interaction processes within the environment and the influence of this
preparation and use of check sheets for instruction; management of a material- based instruction.
Communication skills for teachers emotional development.