Phases of Language Development (Hindi) | Child Development & Pedagogy #29 | CTET, TET, DSC & DSSSB

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Classroom Assessments (Hindi) | Child Development & Pedagogy #38 | CTET, TET, DSC & DSSSB 2018

By the end of the video, participants will be able to understand: 1. purpose of assessments 2. meaning of assessments of learning, assessments for learning and assessment as learning. Keywords Assessments For Learning Assessments conducted for improving learning Assessments Of Learning Assessments conducted to evaluate learning for recording purposes Assessments In Learning Assessments that are included for making learning happen like Socratic method or Enquiry based learning Assessments As Learning Assessments that are used as learning like self-assessments and peer assessments Purpose of Assessments Assessment needs to: 1. Collect progress in all subjects. #. Collect and record information continuously. #. Give importance to different learners style. #. Provide feedback that will lead to positive action. In the assessment process, one should be careful NOT to 1. Label learners as slow, poor, intelligent etc. #. Make comparisons between them or Make negative statements. #. encourage competition Assessment Paradigms Four kinds of paradigms/ models of assessments: 1. Assessment OF Learning 2. Assessment FOR Learning 3. Assessment AS Learning 4. Assessment IN Learning Assessment OF Learning 1. Used for assessing whether the learning has happened. 2. is same as Summative Assessment 3. Teachers use the data for report cards 4. Samples: End of unit tests, Half-yearly exams, final exams Summative Assessments 1. Sums up learning 2. Graded Test 3. carried out at intervals 4. separated from teaching 5. formative use can be made by using data to improve student learning Assessments FOR Learning is same as Formative assessments 1. Used for learnings 2. Teachers adjust classroom instruction based on the scores of the students 3. Teachers give valuable feedback to students to improve learning. 4. Samples: 1. quick quiz of the previous lesson to check students understanding 2. The teacher takes the students out for a field trip, and at the end, has each student share their experience in the class Formative Assessments 1. frequent assessment, same time as teaching 2. providing feedback to improve learning; diagnostic and remedial 3. enables a teacher to adjust teaching 4. incorporates learning styles 5. help a student to understand the criteria that will be used to judge their work. Download Full ebook here: https://goo.gl/apnFcy ☛Subscribe here - https://goo.gl/uDVbrF

Objectives of English Teaching (Hindi) | English Pedagogy #7 | CTET, TET & DSC 2018

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Gender as a Social Construct (Hindi) | Child Development & Pedagogy #33 | CTET, TET, DSC & DSSSB

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Domains of Development (Hindi) | Child Development & Pedagogy #2 | CTET, TET, DSC & DSSSB 2018

At the end of this video lesson, you will be able to: 1. Identify four domains of Child Development. 2. Understand key aspects of each domain. Keywords Domain - a particular area in a group of similar areas. Physical Domain - an independent area of child’s development which includes body aspects of a child. Cognitive Domain - an independent area of child’s development which includes thinking and learning aspects of a child. Social Domain - an independent area of child’s development which includes the relationship and social behavioral aspects of a child. Emotional Domain - an independent area of child’s development which includes feeling, expressing and regulating feelings. What is Domain? Domain refers to a particular area that is a part of a group of similar areas. Example - School has Academics, Co-Curricular and Extra-Curricular Domains. What do domains of Child Development mean? In the context of Child Development, domains refer to areas of Child Development which are independent of other domains and are yet inter-related. For example- Your height grows because of your heredity and good nutrition but it also helps in your confidence (Emotional Development). Height is an aspect of Physical Development while Confidence is an aspect of emotional development. But being taller or shorter impacts emotional development. What are the key domains of Child Development? There are four domains of Child Development 1. Physical Domain 2. Cognitive Domain 3. Social Domain 4. Emotional Domain What is Physical Domain? Physical Domain is the area of Child Development which includes the development of the body. There are three main aspects of this development. 1. Movement and Balance 2. Gross Motor Skills Abilities required to control large muscles of a body for walking, jumping, running, crawling, sitting etc. 3. Fine Motor Skills Abilities required controlling small movements. For example - using fingers and toes, toes and wrists. What is Cognitive Domain? Cognitive Domain is related to that area of the brain of a child which helps him to learn and think. It includes memory, perception, thinking, reasoning, concept development, problem-solving, abstract thinking. What is Social Domain? Social Development includes the relationship aspects of an individual with other people, social values and right and wrong behavior. What is Emotional Domain? Emotional Domain that area of a child which makes him "feel". It includes how we express our emotions, identify ours and others emotions and finally how we regulate emotions. Download Full ebook here: https://goo.gl/AY2pE5 ☛Subscribe here - https://goo.gl/uDVbrF ☛Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/talentsprint... ☛Visit Our WebSite - https://www.talentsprint.com/teach.dpl

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