The new edition of the book "Child Development & Pedagogy for CTET & STET" has been updated with past CTET papers uptil 2016 (September). Further some past papers of various State TETs have also been added. The book provides an exclusive treatment to the subject with special emphasis upon Child Development, Inclusive Education, Learning and the Pedagogical Issues. The book has been divided into 10 chapters. For each chapter an exhaustive theory has been provided which covers the complete syllabus as prescribed by the CBSE/ NCERT/ NCF 2005. This is followed by 2 set of exercises. The exercise 1 contains a set of MCQs from the PREVIOUS YEAR Question Papers of CTET and various STET's. The exercise 2, "TEST YOURSELF" provides carefully selected MCQs for practice. The book is a must for all the candidates appearing in the Paper 1 and 2 of the CTET and all State TETs.
This book provides a comprehensive understanding of the concerns, theories and concepts associated with child development and pedagogy. It has been specifically designed and developed as per the syllabus prescribed for the Central Teacher Eligibility Test(CTET ). The author provides lucid explanation of key concepts to help focus on understanding the characteristics and needs of diverse learners, interaction with learners and the attributes and qualities of a good facilitator of learning.
In this topically organized introduction to child development, John Santrock balances the content instructors want with the and pedagogy students need. Child Development 9th edition continues Santrock's tradition of presenting cutting edge research and offering strong, integrated coverage of culture, ethnicity and gender, and school related issues. An expert consultant reviewed each chapter to ensure that the latest research is reflected. For students, the text's highly praised pedagogical system has been enhanced to improve understanding of how all of the material fits together.
Critical and postmodern perspectives have been largely underexplored in the field of child and youth care. This book addresses the gap, showcasing cutting-edge approaches to policy, pedagogy, and practice from diverse perspectives and professional settings. The authors challenge deep-seated assumptions about child and youth care by reinterpreting core concepts such as ethics and outcomes and raising questions about underlying goals and premises. Can the ends of practice be separated from the means? For whose benefit are interventions designed? By recognizing a range of social and political influences on children and youth, this volume bears witness to exciting developments in child and youth care.