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Child Development and Pedagogy Question Answers

Child Development and Pedagogy Question Answers : Child Development and Pedagogy (CDP) in Hindi its called “bal vikas evam shiksha shastra” Problem comes under Teacher’s Eligibility Test (TET) exam: This mock test having 15 question, with four choices. On each click on answers system will tell you where the answers is correct or incorrect. You can view this Child Development and Pedagogy test question details at the end of the quiz.

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Child Development and Pedagogy Question Answers

Child Development and Pedagogy Question Answers

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his questions answers are applicable for any kind of Govt. teacher (Upper Primary and Lower Primary) job related exam especially for CTET, WB TET and others TET Exam practice as much as you can so gather knowledge what is the concept behind the CDP in short time and this can be a big factor for cracking any exam.



Child Development and Pedagogy 

Child Development and Learning                                                                                           

  • Methods of studying child behaviour – observation, case study, Interview, Psychological tests etc.
  • Concept of development
  • Principles of growth and development
  • Influence of heredity and environment on human development

Concept of learning

  • Basic theories of learning : Conditioning (Pavlov, Skinner); Insight learning (Gestalt); cognitive learning (Piaget, Bruner and Vygotsky)
  • Relation between development and learning : learner readiness of maturation
  • Piaget, Kohlberg and Vygotsky : Constructs and critical perspectives.
  • Concept of child – centered and progressive education – Activity based method of Teaching and Learning, Problem Based Learning
  • Critical perspectives of construct of intelligence (Theories of Spearman, Guilford, Thurstone and Gardner).
  • Language and Thought (Basic perspectives of Piaget, Chomsky and Vygotsky).
  • Gender as a social construct: Gender roles, gender bias and educational practice
  • Individual differences among learners, understanding differences based on diversity of language, caste, gender, community, religion etc.,
  • Distinction between – Assessment for learning and Assessment of learning – school based Assessment (Internal assessment)
  • Continuous and comprehensive evaluation: Perspectives and practice
  • Assessing learner achievement – grading
  • Personality development – concept of personality and basic approaches to personality (Psychoanalytic and Trait) – Adjustment mechanisms

Concepts of inclusive education and understanding children with special needs      (5 Questions)

  • Concept of exceptional children
  • Concept of children with special needs (CWSN)
  • Addressing learners from diverse backgrounds including disadvantaged and deprived
  • Concept of learning disability (LD) – Addressing the needs of children with learning disabilities
  • Addressing the Talented, creative, specially abled children

Learning and pedagogy                                                                                                            

  • How children think and learn: how and why children fail to achieve success in school performance
  • Different factors influencing learning and achievement
  • Basic process of teaching and learning: Children’s strategies of learning – Learning as a social activity – social context of learning. Child as a problem solver and ‘scientific investigator’ (concept of the nature of child by Piaget, Bruner and Vygotsky)
  • Alternative concepts of Learning in children: Understanding children’s’ ‘errors’ as significant steps in the learning process (Self – corrective nature of the child)
  • Cognition and Emotions – Emotion – Basic Emotions – characteristics of childhood emotionality. Emotional Development (Bridge’s)- cognition (Thinking, Reasoning, Problems solving and Investigation)
  • Motivation and learning – How does motivation influence learning – Maslow’s theory of motivation
  • Factors contributing to learning – Personal and environmental
  • (i)      Emphasis should be given to questions related to classroom contexts,
  • (ii)     Classroom context should be primary level.

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Question 1
What is the meaning of child development?
A
Development in the length, breadth and fatness of the children
B
Development of the mental and intellectual ability
C
Overall development of the child
D
Development of the child
Question 2
In this contemporary environment, one is the successful teacher who-
A
Wears modern dresses and comes in the class
B
Comes with mobile or i-pod in the class
C
Creates the situation to learn something
D
Have skills to make an effective contact with students
Question 3
What do you think about the students during teaching them?
A
They may be a reformer and a founder
B
To be a politician and do work for the progress of country
C
Their merit/ intelligency might be developed so that they can get best success
D
They might become a learned and might be famous in their work region
Question 4
To enhance the listening capacity in children teacher should-
A
make recitation (reading in harmony) by the student
B
point out mistakes during reading
C
make questions for students
D
explain the importance of listening
Question 5
According to John Locke, a scholar of 18th century the main objective of education is-
A
virtue, thought, welfare and knowledge
B
Health, sense, skills and virtue
C
personality, virtue, knowledge and health
D
Development, thought, virtue and skills
Question 6
Your son doesn’t behave friendly with his friends, in that situation you will
A
make him understand that it is not good
B
threaten before his friends
C
ask him to best others always
D
call his friends and ask him to behave friendly
Question 7
Psychology is a social science because:
A
its laws and principles are applicable to humans
B
it studies human behavior in social context
C
it helps in moulding behavior of the child
D
All of the above
Question 8
Social development means:
A
to share joy and sorrows with others
B
to work as a member of the group in adjustable manner
C
Social maturity
D
All of the above
Question 9
If level of imaginary fear (worry)is more than normal it is termed asp:
A
anxiety
B
tension
C
depression
D
None of these
Question 10
All are the characteristics of learning except:
A
learning is a progress of the organism
B
learning is a process related to educating environment
C
learning is the result of practice
D
learning reinforces further learning
Question 11
A teacher can use Gestalf theory in which of the following situations?
A
Students of higher classes who are able to perceive abstract material
B
Organising the subject matter systematically according to its structure
C
claritying the purpose before the start of teaching in the class
D
All of the above
Question 12
Guidance is a process by which an individual is helped to:
A
choose the best alternative in accordance with his potentialities and interest
B
solve his educational, vocatiobnal and personal problems Effectively
C
adapt to the antagonistic environment and enjoy it
D
All of the above
Question 13
Spearman’s  ‘G’ factor of intelligence is:
A
universal and inborn ability
B
constant and does not change in an individual with time
C
different in different individuals depending on their gene
D
All of theabove
Question 14
IQ range of morons are in the range of:
A
60-90
B
50-75
C
60-80
D
30-50
Question 15
Which of the following measures should be adopted to check educational backwardness?
A
continuous evaluation and regular feedback
B
Remedial teaching
C
Ajustment and behavior training
D
All of the above
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