Centre for Education, Innovation and Action Research, TISS in partnership with Department of Education, University of Mumbai, offers online support to M.Ed. students and interested teacher educators of affiliated colleges, MA (Education) & MA (Elementary Education) students of TISS, Mumbai and Hyderabad. In the context of the ongoing Covid19 situation and the disruption of regular classroom teaching, weekly webinars titled Teaching and Learning Consortium (TALC) 2020, on relevant topics from the M.Ed. curriculum of Mumbai University will be conducted by experienced faculty members from various educational institutions of the country. This video is the second in the series, which will be held every Tuesday from April 21, 2020 to June 23, 2020.
Topic: Cognitive Learning and Development
Facilitator: Dr.Kamala Mukunda, Centre for Learning, Bengaluru
When: Tuesday April 28, 2020, 11 am to 12 noon
Audience: M.Ed. students and teacher educators of colleges affiliated to University of Mumbai; M.A. Education students from TISS Mumbai and TISS Hyderabad; interested teacher educators and students from educational instituitions across India.
The webinar begins with a welcome address by Prof. Mythili Ramchand, CEIAR, TISS introducing Dr.Mukunda to the audience and urges them to visit the Centre for Learning in Bengaluru and witness the exemplary teaching-learning practices that the centre has implemented. Participants are also suggested to read the book "What did you ask at school today?" written by Dr.Mukunda that focuses on pyschology of education in the context of Indian classrooms.
Dr.Mukunda explores the relationship between cognitive development and learning and how education is related to these concepts. The various learning milestones across pysical, social and cognitive development ofa child are discussed next with inputs from the participants. The role of environment in human development is examined and the difference between environmental factors and adult intervention in learning is highlighted. The debate on mechanism of human brain in the field of pyschology of learning and development is also discussed briefly. In the end, participants and the speaker interact during the Q&A session.
Links to the collaborating institutions:
University of Mumbai, Dept of Education: mu.ac.in/department-of-education
Centre For Learning: cfl.in
1. Mukunda, K., (2009). What did you ask at school today? India: HarperCollins. Chapters 4 and 5: Child Development
2. Vosiandou, S. (2001). How children learn. Paris: UNESCO/IBE. Retrieved from unesdoc.unesco.org/ark:/48223/pf0000125456
Explore #TISSCOOL #OER on this topic and more here: bit.ly/TISSx-COOL_Foundations_of_Education
Links to videos used in the presentation:
1. Baby Trying To Roll Over: www.youtube.com/watch?v=vwvnnqnVws4
2. Meeting Milestones – Helping Baby Roll: www.youtube.com/watch?v=F81VylqnzGE
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