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Diploma in Educational Psychology


Comments about Module 1: Introduction to the Learning Process - Teachers’ Perspective on Learning

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    Sylwia Miszczuk Reunion It is true that when working with young learners teachers need to prepare a plan a, b and c for the lesson.
    2015-05-27 17:05:00

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    Kim Hayes United States of America How doe we assess rediness?
    2015-05-27 12:05:31

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      Jasmine Samuels United States of America Readiness can be considered the common language of the group, it allows the members to function cooperatively. In the classroom it can serve to help students feel a sense of unity and minimizes the likely hood of anyone being singled out in a negative way.
      2015-05-28 15:05:51
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    Sue Thiri San Thailand Really good idea! Curriculum content and academic achievement are important but should transferring to realistic things and future.
    2015-05-27 10:05:44

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      Jasmine Samuels United States of America Sue, I see great value in the student knowing how to transfer information into future experiences. Having the ability to do so I believe is the difference between knowing and understand which is an element of true learning.
      2015-05-28 15:05:13
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    Kobi Smith Jnr Ghana i really think the teacher needs to plan more and get more information to help him teach well in the area he or she is teaching.
    2015-05-15 15:05:02

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    Leonardo Cacavalli Indonesia It really call my attention on: A young child is ready to school if: Is in a good health, show moderate good skills, can take acre of personal physical needs. Awesome!
    2015-05-14 06:05:06

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    prrlltll prama Pakistan it is necessary adept a provisional absence,prescriptions,describe, to development thus curriculum and cognitive sciences
    2015-05-05 02:05:20

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    Sharmili Shah India It is always difficult for the teachers to adjust the lesson plan based on the different needs of the students in the class.
    2015-04-26 15:04:21

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    Anyanwu Cosmos Nigeria my problem with "lesson plans/notes" had always been the issue of non-flexibility. it always want a teacher to concentrate on the "objects" of a planned lesson from a curriculum. while this isn't totally bad, I feel there should be a room for creativity that will enhance incidental learning whether directly or otherwise. my point is that the lesson note is somewhat restrictive and rigid too!
    2015-04-24 10:04:53

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    Marian Cooksey South Africa Teachers do need to understand the difference between teaching and learning, I also think that understanding how much is taught through incidental learning is key, as most of this learning is permanent, its usually constructive, fun and interactive, which makes any 5 year old more receptive to learning at this age.
    2015-04-23 09:04:23

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    Shadrach Robinson Jamaica For any teacher or instructor to be proficient in their methods, the distinct differences between teaching and learning must be clearly understood.
    2015-04-16 19:04:34

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    Ilse Nel-landers Canada I think most 5 year olds would fit into the description of "needing to play a lot and keep active".
    2015-04-15 20:04:21

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    Mei Fong Yong Singapore succinct
    2015-04-15 06:04:36

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    Mike Lees United Kingdom Providing a bespoke education seems to be the key.
    2015-04-07 15:04:08

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    Batool Khoujah United States of America do you think that one teaching perspective is better than other one? how can we as teachers tell the nature of learning in each student?
    2015-04-04 15:04:20

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    Batool Khoujah United States of America the importance of knowing the psychological factors for students to learn is required by all teachers. good teaching must focus and be able to differentiate between the two concepts learning and teaching
    2015-04-04 15:04:02

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    Maud Tournery France nice introduction. i'ld like to learn more about psychologial constructivism.
    2015-04-02 09:04:37

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    Karissa Guay United States of America Every child learns differently, so we need to watch those children and learn about those children so we can accomodate to their needs.
    2015-04-01 02:04:52

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    lisa-marie Cummings United Kingdom I hope I can develop my knowledge of children's language and how to interprate there way of expressing
    2015-03-29 12:03:28

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    Vincent Isidro Philippines I hope I can read about Urie Bronfrenbrenner
    2015-03-26 07:03:25

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    Sherwyn Charles Trinidad and Tobago without the teachers perspectives and three ideas are the reality of understanding,so what the important fields?
    2015-03-23 04:03:01

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