Learn human and educational psychology along with their application

What you will learn

What is psychology?

Schools of thoughts

Cognitive Development

Stages of development

Theories of learning

Emotions

Pursuit of happiness

Frustration and it’s cause’s

What is memory

What is Intelligence?

Child Psychology

Description

In this course, we will take a look at Human and Educational Psychology. We will learn much about Human and Educational Psychology through video slides and background images. However, the Human and Educational Psychology course is much informative and creative. Human Psychology is the basic course while educational psychology has a few advanced features. If you want to learn Human and Educational Psychology, then this is the perfect course. On other hand, introduction to child and educational psychology is the sum of two courses. The first course is human psychology and the second course is educational psychology.

The course is lecture-based on PowerPoint slides, but questions and discussion are encouraged. I recommend that you complete assigned textbook readings prior to the lecture. For a further in-depth discussion of content, I recommend attending weekly Supplemental Instruction or Tutoring sessions. Many students have found it beneficial to read through the assigned reading both prior to and following the lecture. Weekly assignments will also be assigned to help gauge your understanding of class content. Every effort will be made to keep to the schedule presented in the syllabus, although unforeseen emergencies may require changes. Any such changes will be announced and will be effective at the earliest reasonable opportunity. Each video is not more than 10 to 20 minutes. Some videos are just 2 to 3 minutes. There are total reasonable sections and each section is just the chapter of a textbook. By the end of this course, you will get mastery of child and educational psychology.

We have a question-answer section with each video and if you feel any difficulty then you can put a question and we will answer you every question promptly. Also, we would like to give you some suggestions about the course.

1. Watch each video without skipping

2. Repeat videos, again and again, to restore the concepts in your mind

3. Watch only one-hour video content daily and by doing so, please finish the course in a week rather than in one sitting.

4. If you have a problem with my accent then please slow down the video speed from 1 to 0.8 or turn on the cc button.

5. Make a discussion with your instructor. Through the discussion, you will learn more than just watching.

This course is for anyone and has no requirements before enrolling. We have made this course easy and understandable for everyone. Slides are much attractive and if you are already professional then the slides will give you a fantastic overview of the course. Explanations are great and supportive.

I would like to tell you something more about the course

1. It is prepared on PowerPoint slides

2. It is just like a textbook which is shifted on slides

3. And the instructor made the voice over in Asian accents

4. Long course having textbook-like contents

You have to dig out the points from each video and run each video by stopping again and again. You have to focus on slides and focus on the voice-over. You will read each slide and collect the main points that you want to learn.

Why I have described the above points? Because I don’t want to sell things that are not matched with your interest. Everything should be clear before enrolling in this course.

Course Instructor

AD Chauhdry

English

Language

Content

Introduction

Introduction

What is Psychology

Child Psychology

10 Positive Things to Say to Your Children

10 Positive Things to Say to Your Children Lecture 2

How to teach and get respect.

The Consumer Culture of Childhood

The Therapeutic Culture of Parenting

How to Teach Teen Respect

Responses

Teaching Respect to Young Children

Why Anger Fee Parents Does not Work?

Occasional Parental Anger is Necessary

Problematic Advice From Experts

How to Expect and Get Respect

The Consequences Approach

Appropriate Approach of Power Assertion

The Responsibility of Parents to Children


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Basics Principles

Schools of Thoughts

Schools of Thoughts

School of Psychoanalysis

Gestalt Psychology

Humanistic Psychology

Cognitive Development

Child Development

Principle of Development

Cognitive Development

Stages of Development

Piaget’s Stages of Development

Implications of Piaget’s Development Theory

Vygotsky’s Theory of Development

Eric’s Psycho social Development Theory

Stages of Erick’s Psycho Social Development Theory

Motivation

Motivation

Mcdougall’s Motivation Theory

Hull’s Drives Motivation Theory

Mas low’s Theory of Actualization

Learning and Learning Theories

What is Learning?

Factors Affects on Learning

Theories on Learning

Educational Implications of Classical Conditioning

Operant Conditioning

Implication of Operant Conditioning

Sexual Motivation

Sexual Motivation

Sexual Response Cycle

Psycho Sexual Stages

Difference between Sexual Motivation and Other Primary Motives

Pattern of Sexual Behavior

Emotions

Emotions

Roll of Learning and Cultural Emotions

Pursuits of Happiness

Pursuits of Happiness

Aggression

Frustration and it’s Causes

Violent Youth Gangs

Memory and it’s Types

Memory and it’s Types

Decay and Other Theories

Intelligence

What is Intelligence?

Characteristics of Good Intelligence Test