KTET | Category III | Psychology Chapter 31

CONCEPTS OF CHILD-CENTERED AND PROGRESSIVE EDUCATION Child-Centered Education Child-centered education is the idea that the needs and desires of the child should take precedence in structuring the learning day. The whole idea is that learning should be fun and...

KTET | Category III | Psychology Chapter 30

VYGOTSKY’S SOCIOCULTURAL THEORY Both Jean Piaget and Lev Vygotsky believed that children build knowledge through experiences. Piaget believed this happened through exploration with hands-on activities. Vygotsky, on the other hand, believed that children learn...

KTET | Category III | Psychology Chapter 29

HAVIGHURST’S THEORY OF DEVELOPMENT According to him at each stage of development, there are certain tasks, skills and understanding that must be completed before a person can proceed to a higher level of development. Havighurst Says – “At or about a...

KTET | Category III | Psychology Chapter 28

KOHLBERG’S THEORY OF DEVELOP0MENT According to him moral development of the child proceeds in sequential but distinctive stages. These stages are given below: (a) Stage-I : In the early years of a child’s life (from zero-four years) the physical...

KTET | Category III | Psychology Chapter 27

PIAGET’S STAGES OF COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT According to him, there is an orderly sequence of stages in cognitive development. Thus progression from one stage to another is always fixed. The child can not adopt the strategies of a later stage at an early stage of...
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