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Winter semester 2021/2022 2 Seminars
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SWS Semester weekly hours Teachers Degree
10.11.608 Self-regulated learning and teaching with digital media Tuesday: 08:00 - 10:00, weekly (from 19/10/21), online (synchron und asynchron)

Description:
Seminar 2 PD Dr. Marion Händel
  • Master of Education
10.11.256 Psychology for Pedagogues Monday: 14:00 - 16:00, weekly (from 18/10/21), online (synchron)

Description:
Find all the information you need in the WordPress Blog. What are we going to learn here and how can we use this knowledge in future? We will be looking at developmental psychology as background knowledge relevant to any individual we wish to understand better (including ourselves): How do children with their individual biological traits such as temperament develop within the social psychological framework of family or home care situations. What resulting motivational state is the individual likely to have towards (un)interesting tasks for example within school settings? And what can we do with this knowledge (pedagogical psychology) when intervention appears necessary? This sounds like (and is) an enormous task for such few weeks as we have within this term at college. Mainly, we will orientate ourselves along the input necessary for the written examination which follow the main lecture, augmenting these by examples and considering what the taught theories outline as potential means of improvement. Find all the information you need in the WordPress Blog. What are we going to learn here and how can we use this knowledge in future? We will be looking at developmental psychology as background knowledge relevant to any individual we wish to understand better (including ourselves): How do children with their individual biological traits such as temperament develop within the social psychological framework of family or home care situations. What resulting motivational state is the individual likely to have towards (un)interesting tasks for example within school settings? And what can we do with this knowledge (pedagogical psychology) when intervention appears necessary? This sounds like (and is) an enormous task for such few weeks as we have within this term at college. Mainly, we will orientate ourselves along the input necessary for the written examination which follow the main lecture, augmenting these by examples and considering what the taught theories outline as potential means of improvement.
Seminar 2 Dipl.-Psych. Katharina Fitzpatrick
  • Bachelor
2 Seminars

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