Psychology of the education (Teaching (Components of Educational…
Psychology of the education
It refers to the teaching activity, being currently teachers those who are professionally dedicated to it
Role of Educational Psychology
It mainly deals with understanding the teaching-learning processes and developing ways to improve these processes.
Caracteristicas de la Psicologia Educativa
you must participate in the search for those conditions on which this learning depends
Components of Educational Psychology
description of the initial state with which the student
begins Specification of the interventions that can help the student move from his initial state to the desired state.
Evaluation of specific and generalized learning outcomes.
description of the state of knowledge to acquire;
It refers to some changes that occur in men and women (or in animals) from conception to death.
Personal, Social and Moral Development
development as it went through a series of stages, concerns, achievements and dangers. The stages are interdependent; The achievements of the last stages depend on how the conflicts that arise during the first years are resolved.
Children of the same age differ greatly in appearance, abilities, temperament, interests and attitudes.
Motivation and Classroom Management
something that energizes and directs behavior
Behavioral Motivation Approach
It means that we are motivated to act as we do to win primary and secondary reinforcers and avoid punishment.
Cognitive Motivation Approach
The cognitive approach emphasizes the intrinsic (internal) sources of motivation, such as curiosity, interest in the task itself, the satisfaction of learning and a feeling of triumph
Humanistic Motivation Approach
It highlights personal freedom, choice, self-determination and the effort for personal development.
Principles of Jean Piaget
Learning is achieved through the construction of knowledge.
Learning occurs through three phrases: Assimilation, accommodation, balance
Theory of Learning to Learn
one must learn to use memory, to read, to listen, to write and, at least during student life, to take exams, to explore, to test and to experience
The teacher prepares previous organizers that he presents through the exhibition method to the students: they are presented with the procedural semantic knowledge and a large number of examples.
Learning results from a process of receiving information. The type of reasoning used is the deductive.
Principles of Instruction
It is characterized by having four fundamental principles, related to motivation, structure, sequencing and reinforcement.