Friday, January 6, 2012

The Psychology of Education

The necessity of an individualistic psychology education emphasizes the central role of the learner

Education and psychology are linked in more ways than one, and the psychology of training could lead to the principles of educational psychology and education are linked as a discipline within psychology is taught as a subject and how these two disciplines mix. This is primarily a center for educational psychology that how human learning takes, the more effective ways of teaching how to use various methods to teach gifted children or disabled people and how the principles of psychology in the study could help takes are studied in schools as social systems.

Psychological training would be completely focused on learning methods such as structured or shared depending on the individual and psychological needs of students. Education should be different depending on the culture, values, attitudes are social systems, mind and all these factors in the study of psychology training important.

Educational psychology is the application of psychological goals of educational systems and educational psychology, I like to distinguish here is the application of educational goals in psychological processes. The first goal of the use of psychology in education and the second is more general approach of using education in psychology is more individualistic. But concerns for this study from a pedagogical approach in psychology, there is no difference between individualistic psychology and educational psychology in general and all the interactions between psychology and education within the general discipline of educational psychology are considered.

However, a distinction between the general and specific training educational psychology, psychological or individualist might help to understand the nuances of the study individualistic and give a subjective dimension to the study of psychology in education. This could also mean that more students learning-based systems and, depending on the needs of culture, society, individual or personal factors. This type of study, focusing on aspects of personal / psychological learning is involved not only on social objectives of education systems, but also personal goals and purposes and the mental processes involved in learning. There must be a clear distinction between education in psychology as a study of education and individualism in psychology as a discipline is more specific and subjective.

As of Educational Psychology, now covers a broad spectrum of issues and topics, including the use of technology and its relation to psychology, learning techniques and instructional design. It also considers the social, cognitive, behavioral dimensions of learning, but it would take to more individualistic and personal training with a special section with special attention to psychological training, so that individual needs are taken into account. There can be two ways, which could develop this branch of knowledge - through strengthening education and psychological and individualistic approach to educational psychology, or by two different branches of General Psychology, Educational Psychology and individualistic.

As for client-centered approach in psychology, a psychology of education should also be further research, which may highlight the need for the size of individualistic learning. Psychology is the application of psychological theories, like those of Jean Piaget and Kohler in the study of learning techniques, especially in children. I have already discussed Piaget, but Piaget's theory suggested shortly, at different levels of learning in children and Kohler that learning takes place by sudden understanding or comprehension, however, go no further in learning theories here. That it is the goal of educational psychology, learning the techniques for themselves and the role of the learner than just a little, a branch of psychology in education could help individualist, taking into account the role of the learner not only emphasize their disability or ability, but their personality patterns. This focus on structure of the personality emphasizes the central role of psychology in understanding educational systems.

Studies of educational psychology, both approaches in education as a personal gift, learning difficulties, the theories applied to children and adults, and the wider goal approaches to learning such as the role of the school as a social or cultural systems.

The educational psychology might include the following areas:

General Educational Psychology

First Learning Systems - How to be studied, and individualistic perspectives of learning generalized perspectives of learning, a discussion of various theories, practices and systems and methods of learning an integral part of educational psychology and psychology in particular to the general center of education.

Second Social systems - The use of education in social, cultural and economic can be considered as part of the psychological and this is the role of education in society.

Individualistic psychology of Education

First The learning systems learning techniques and systems or methods that appeal to children or adults participants and the teaching skills to be the teacher. Needs vary based on personal characteristics and abilities and individual needs into account during the learning process are taken.

Second Social systems - the individual psychology of learning to particular social and cultural background of students and therefore a more subjective study of learning approaches and the central role of the person in the learning process into account their social background, cultural or intellectual need to be designed will be considered.