Concept of development & its relationship with learning for CTET
This lesson discusses child development and it's relationship with learning. PDF | A major theme of Vygotsky's research in the latter part of his life was the theme of concept formation or conceptual development in child development. He argued Reconceptualising the Learning and Teaching of Scientific Concepts. Chapter Concept development in Piagetian terms in relation to school attainment. 8 दिसंबर Concept of development and its relationship with learning in Hindi and English Principles of the development of children अपने जीमेल अकाउंट को hackers से सुरक्षित रख सकते है Download pdf and view click.
Learning to pay attention towards the things, persons and events. Learning to recognize and identify the things and persons.
Forming simple concepts of social and physical reality. Learning to recite the poems and stories. Learning to imitate the behavior and actions of others. Learning to acquire almost all the positive and negative emotions in his behavioural expression.
Learning to shift his attention from the play material to his playing mates.
Concept of Development and its Relation with Learning
Learning to take interest in the company of his age mates and other growing children. Learning to relate oneself emotionally to parents, sibling and others.
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Development Tasks of Early Childhood from 3 to 5 years Learning to acquire competencies in the motor skills like walking, jumping, climbing, sliding, tricycling, hopping, galloping, skipping, throwing, bouncing and catching. Learning to acquire simple basics in language skills like, speaking, listening, reading and writing.
Learning to sex differences and sex modesty. Learning to distinguish right and wrong and developing a conscience. Learning to develop right concepts related to social and physical reality. Learning to remain away from the parental fold and enjoy the companionship of other children. Learning to acquire the ability to sense similarities and dissimilarities and compare and contrast the things. Learning to control over expression of emotions. Development Tasks of Later Childhood from 6 to 12 years Learning to motor and physical skills necessary for playing different indoor and outdoor games.
Learning to get along with age-mates. Learning to appropriate sex roles.
Building wholesome aptitudes towards oneself as a growing organism Development of necessary skills in language and communication, computation, sketching and drawing etc. Development of various interest, attitudes, linking and dislinkings towards the things, persons and ideas. Development of concrete and abstract concepts regarding things, persons, ideas and processes.
Development of conscience, morality and scale of values. Development of the capacity to reason, think and problem solving. Development of the loyalty towards the group. Development of Tasks of Adolescene from 13 to 18 years Development of abilities, motor and physical skills for playing difficult complex and hard indoor and outdoor games.
Development of abilities, motor and physical capacities for performing mental tasks and physical labour.
Concept of Development and its Relation with Learning | Question Paper
Development of mental and cognitive abilities to perform difficult mental tasks and operation. Learning to play masculine or feminine role. Development is a continuous process-It does not occur in spurts. Growth continues from conception until an individual reaches his maturity. Although development is a continuous process, yet the tempo of growth is not even specially during early years it is swift and later on it slows down.
It follows a pattern or sequence-every species, whether animal or human follows a pattern of growth.
Development tends to proceed from the head to downwards. It also proceeds from the centre outward. General to Specific-It moves from generalized to localized behaviour.
Growth occurs from large muscle movements to more refined smaller muscle movements. Different rates of individual growth and development-Neither all the parts of body grow at same time nor do the mental abilities of a child develop fully.
They attain maturity level at different pace. Hence, each child is different and so the rates at which individual children grow is also different. Physical and mental abilities both develop at different ages. Development is a complex phenomenon-All the aspects of growth are closely interrelated to each other. Certain things are inborn or that they simply occur naturally regardless of environmental influences.