A Textbook of Educational Psychology,Hans Raj Bhatia
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About the Author
Hans Raj Bhatia - Principal (Retired), KAK Postgraduate College, Moradabad, he has also served as vice-principal, professor and education officer at various prestigious educational institutions in India.
Table of Contents
Section I: Introduction • The Nature and Scope of Educational Psychology • The Role of Psychology in a Modern School • Section II: The Nature of Growth and Development • The General Nature of Growth and Development • Physical Growth and Motor Development • Mental Development • Emotional Development • Social Development and Character Formation • Stages of Development • Section III: The Nature of the Learning Process • The Process of Learning • Motivation in Learning • Learning Motor Skills and Knowledge • Problem-Solving, Creative Thinking and Expression • Interests, Attitudes and Ideals • Transfer of Training • Section IV: The Nature of the Learner • Intelligence: Its Nature and Measurement • Individual Differences: Their Nature and Causes • Maladjustments and Mental Health • Section V: The Psychology of Teaching • Teching and Learning • Teacher-Pupil Relationships • Achievement Motivation • Section VI: Measurement and Evaluation • Measurement in Psychology and Education • Evaluation in Education • Index
Details of Book: A Textbook of Educational Psychology,Hans Raj Bhatia (BSID:74932)
|Book||A Textbook of Educational Psychology,Hans Raj Bhatia|
|Author||Hans Raj Bhatia|
|Number of Pages||686|
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