CTET (Central Teacher Eligibility Test) Paper-II Child-Development & Pedagogy Learning and Pedagogy-Learning Revision (Page 2 of 5)

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Freud’s View of Learning: Discovery of the Unconscious

  • Freud’s contributed greatly by trying to formulate a scientific psychology of learning. He sensed that apart from conscious behavior of a human, he is also motivated unconsciously. He found that by nature human is antisocial. And on this basis, he based his assumption.
  • Freud also gave some best of the therapies and this was made possible through his dynamic and clinical approach unlike the experimental one which is majorly used by scientists. He worked considering unconscious motive

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Transfer of Learning

  • The basic aim of teaching is transfer of knowledge. Though this is the most less talked about topic, it is the most important aspect of teaching activity. How a student grasps the knowledge of teacher is called transfer of knowledge.
  • Transfer of learning is the study of the dependency of human conduct, learning or performance on prior experience. This was propagated initially by Edward Thorndike and Robert S. Woodworth. Their theory tried to figure out how learning and the required

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