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MED601 Philosophy of Education
Contents
1 Introduction to Philosophy and Education
1.1 Philosophy: Meaning and Scope
1.2 Philosophy of Education: Meaning and Scope
1.3 Historical development of philosophy in the field of Education 2 Aspects of Philosophy
2.1 Areas of Philosophy
2.1.1 Ontology
2.1.2 Epistemology
2.1.3 Axiology
2.2 Styles of Philosophy
2.2.1 Speculative
2.2.2 Prescriptive
2.2.3 Analytic
3 Philosophy and Science
4 Philosophy and Religion
5 General Philosophies and their Educational Implications
5.1 Idealism
5.2 Realism
5.3 Pragmatism
5.4 Existentialism
6 Educational Philosophies
6.1 Perennialism
6.2 Essentialism
6.3 Progressivism
6.4 Reconstructionism
7 Islamic Philosophy of Education
7.1 Philosophical bases
7.2 Process of education
7.3 Muslim philosophers
7.4 Islamic philosophy of education
Recommended Books
Brubacher, J. S. (2001). Modern Philosophies of Education. New York: McGraw Hill Co.
Butler, J. D. (1988). Four Philosophies and their Practice in Education and Religion. New York: Harper & Row
Ahmad, K. (1992). Principles of Islamic Education. Lahore: Islamic Publication Ltd. Kneller, G. F. (1981). Introduction to the Philosophy of Education. New York: John Wiley & Sons
Knight, G. R. (1989). Educational Philosophy. Michigan: Andrews University Press Rizwi, S. S. (1986). Islamic Philosophy of Education. Lahore: Institute of Islamic Culture 6
MED602 Educational Psychology and Guidance
Contents
1 Educational Psychology – Introduction
1.1 Brief historical background
1.2 Nature and scope of educational psychology
1.3 Schools of psychology and their bearing on Education
1.3.1 Structuralism
1.3.2 Functionalism
1.3.4 Behaviorism
1.3.5 Gestalt Psychology
1.3.6 Psychoanalysis
1.3.7 Humanist Psychology
1.3.8 Transpersonal Psychology
2 Child Development
2.1 An overview of Child Development
2.2 Stages of Child Development
2.3 Principles of Child Development
3 Cognitive Development
3.1 The Brain
3.2 Piaget’s Theory
3.3 Vygotsky’s Theory
3.4 Applying Piaget and Vygotsky’s theories in Classroom
4 Language and Socio-emotional Development
4.1 What is language?
4.2 Biological and environmental influences
4.3 How language develops?
4.4 Social contexts of development
4.5 Bronfenbrenner’s Ecological theory
4.6 Erikson’s Life-Span Development theory
5 Motivation
5.1 Theories of motivation
5.2 Factors affecting motivation
5.3 Strategies to increase motivation in classroom
6 Learning
6.1 Meaning and significance of learning
6.2 Factors affecting learning
6.3 basic conditions of learning (contiginty)
6.4 Reinforcement, reward and punishment
6.5 Generalization
6.6 Learning styles
6.7 Learning difficulties
7 Theories of Learning
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7.1 Behavioral approaches to learning
7.1.1 Classical conditioning
7.1.2 Operant conditioning
7.1.3 Implications of conditioning for classroom instruction 7.2 Cognitive approaches to learning
7.2.1 Gestalt theory / insightful learning
7.2.2 Bruner’s theory of discovery learning
7.2.3 Bandura’s social learning theory
7.2.4 Implication of Cognitive theories for classroom instruction 8 Educational Guidance
8.1 Explaining guidance
8.2 Guidance services
8.2.1 Orientation
8.2.2 Occupational information
8.2.3 Counseling
8.2.4 Placement
8.2.5 Follow up
8.2.6 Referral services
8.2.7 Remedial service
8.2.8 Functions of Guidance
8.2.9 Distributive function
8.2.10 Adjustive function
8.2.11 Adoptive function
Recommended Books
Arbuckle, D.S. (1961). Guidance and Counseling in the Classroom. Boston: Allyn & Bacaon.
Gibon, R.L. and Mitchel M.H. (1999). Introduction to Counseling and Guidance. New Jersey: Prentice Hall
Santrock J. W. (2006). Educational Psychology, McGraw-Hill Company. Skinner, C. E. (2006). Educational Psychology. New Delhi: Prentice- Hall. Woolfolk, C. (2006). Educational Psychology. New York: Allyn and Bacon. 8

MED603 Historical Development of Education
Contents
1. Development of Education
1.1...
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