COURSE DESCRIPTION

This is an introductory study to Philosophy whose aim is to bring about at least three kinds of changes in the students who take the course: Change in the students’ knowledge, some alteration in the students’ attitudes, and development of certain belief habits and or skills.


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Welcome to philosophy of Education. attached is the course Outline
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Welcome to learning methods in christian religious education. The course facilitator is Dr. Scolastica Githinji

Welcome to EDU 315. Your course Facilitator is Dr.SColastica Githinji

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This is postgraduate diploma course. It seeks to equip students with knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary fo environmental sustainability
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This Educational psychology course is designed to equip the student teachers with knowledge and skills in human behavior and mental processes within education contexts and other learning settings. The notes can be used alongside other texts to further the understanding and application of skills in psychological concepts and techniques. The course also seeks to equip student teachers with concepts such as learning, memory, intelligence, and motivation, that will enable them meet the students’ psychological, behavioral and learning needs.  The course is divided into units, each of which is planned to make the content comprehensible relevant, readable, informative and up to date with teacher’s needs in today’s world.

 

Education systems are complex, the teacher is not just involved in teaching in the class, but is faced with learners with multiple individual differences and behaviour problems. No one single teaching approach works for all learners and all learning situations. That is why teachers will apply theories of human development in dealing with individual learning styles, designing instructional processes, motivation, and attitude change and behaviour management among others. The knowledge and skills in Educational Psychology is not limited in application to interactions with teachers and students in school context since learning is lifelong process. People learn in multiple settings; at school, at work, in social and at home. The trained teacher can therefore apply the knowledge and skills in school and beyond to enhance learning of whatever it is that improves the functioning of people.

 

Psychologists working in Education settings apply knowledge and skills on social, emotional and cognitive processes to enhance learning. Graduates in B.Ed undertake courses in Educational psychology but are not qualified to be specialist in Educational psychology. However, whether they are dealing with the learning of preschoolers, school age children, adolescents or adult learners, they will be interested in learning outcomes, teaching methods, instructional process, and different learning styles.

 

 


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This course will equip you with knowledge and skills to enable you test students and conduct assessment, interpret and use results.

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