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Assam TET (Teacher’s Eligibility Test) Child Development and Pedagogy Detailed Syllabus 2011


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If it is your wish to sit for the Assam TET (Teacher’s Eligibility Test)and need to know all about it, you have come to the right place. In this article we provide you with the necessary information regarding the examination and the detailed syllabus for the Child Development and Pedagogy Paper. Syllabi of both the Papers 1 and 2 are included here.



You may have been running hither and tither for the last few days trying to gather the necessary information about the Assam Teacher's Eligibility Test (TET) 2011 but all in vain. We, at AssamSpider, always strive to provide you with the best. This time we bring do you all the information that you may possibly require for the upcoming Assam TET 2011 and also the detailed syllabus for Assam TET 2011.

The Assam TET 2011 is mandatory for all aspirants wanting to qualify as a teacher at any of the Government Schools of Assam. After a lot of delay the syllabus for the aforesaid examination has been published on the 15th of July. The Assam TET exam structure consists of two papers which differ according to the level. The Assam TET exam paper 1 questions are for teachers willing to teach from classes 1 to 5 and the Assam TET exam paper 2 questions are for teachers offering to teach from classes 6 to 8. Below is the Detailed Syllabus for Child Development and Pedagogy in Assam TET 2011.


Detailed Syllabus of Child Development and Pedagogy in Assam TET 2011


Paper 1: For L.P Level (For classes 1 to 5)

Total Marks: 30

l. Child Development and Pedagogy

(a)Child development (for children 6-11 years group)

•Concept and Nature of Development

•Factors influencing Development - Biological heredity, Psychological and
Environmental factors.

•Dimensions of Child Development - Physical. Cognitive, Emotional, Social and
Moral.

•Development of language during early childhood and later childhood.

•Individual differences - Intra and Inter individual differences in various areas of Interest, Habit, Aptitudes, Intelligence, Creativity and their assessment.

•Personality- Concept and factors influencing personality.

•Common Behavioural Problems of Children- Causes and R emedies.
.
•Adjustment, Concept of Mental Health and Hygiene.

(b) Process of Learning

•Meaning and Nature of Learning.

•Factors affecting Learning.

•Maturation and Readiness for learning.

•Motivation and Learning.

•Methods of Learning, Major Laws of Learning with their educational
implications.

•Theories of Learning-
(i) Connectionism( Stimulus-->Response Theory)
(ii) Conditioning - Classical and operant.
(iii) Gestalt theory
-Individual and GroupL earning
-Transfer of Learning

(c) Pedagogy

•Teaching-Learning Process.

•Knowledge of children from Diverse Context - socio-cultural background,
children with special needs (Talented, creative, specially abled), inclusive
education.

•Understanding children with learning difficulties and Behavioural problems.

•Organising Teaching - Teaching as Planned activity, Phases of Teaching (preactive, Interactive and Post active Phases). Different methods of teaching -
Lecture method, project method.

•Classroom Management- Role of Teacher and the students, Leadership quality
of teacher, time and task management.

•Concept of child-centred teaching and competency based teaching.

•Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation.

•Formative and summative evaluation.

•Diagnostic remedial teaching.

•Concept of TLM and its importance.


Paper 2: For U.P. Level(For Classes 6-8)

1. Child Development and Pedagogy

(a) Child development (for children 12-14 years group)

•Concept and Nature of Development

•Factors influencing Development- Biological, Psychological and Environmental
factors.

•Dimensions of Child Development - Physical with rapid physical changes,
Cognitive, Emotional, Social and Moral.

•Understanding changes during the stage of development.
.
•Individual differences - Intra and Inter individual differences in various areas of Interest, Habits, Aptitudes, Intelligence, Creativity and their assessment.

•Personality- Concept and factors influencing personality.
.
•Adjustment, Concept of Mental Health and Hygiene.

•Adolescence problems of adolescence-adolescence education.

•Guidance and Counselling

•UnderstandingdevelopmentalHazards.

(b) Process of Learning
.
•Meaning and Nature of Learning.

•Factors affecting learning.

•Maturation and Readiness for learning.

•Motivation and Learning.

•Methods of Learning, Major Laws of Learning with their educational
implications.

•Theories of Learning-

•(i) Connectionism (Stimulus --> Response Theory)
(ii) Conditioning- Classical and operant.
(iit) Gestalt Theory,
-Individual and Group Learning.
-Transfer of Learning.

(c) Pedagogy

•Teaching-Learning Process

•Knowledge of children from Diverse Context - socio-cultural background,
children with special needs (Talented, creative, specially abled), inclusive
education.

•Understanding children with learning difficulties and Behavioural problems.

•Organising Teaching - Teaching as Planned activity, Phases of Teaching (Preactive, Interactive and Post active Phases). Different methods of teaching -
Lecture, Project method, Demonstration, Interact.

•Classroom Management- Role of Teacher and the students, Leadership quality
of teacher, time and task management.

•Concept of child-centred teaching and competency based teaching.

•Continuous and Comprehensive E valuation.

•Formative and summative evaluation.

•Diagnostic remedial teaching.

•Concept of TLM and its importance.


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