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Teacher’s Beliefs and Socio-Emotional Environment on Classroom Management at Secondary High School Setting

Education is still considered as one of the essential needs in most of the countries. In broader concept, education delivers the young people away from any vices and in return, they can be benefited for they can utilize the acquired knowledge in improving their lives.

By |2011-06-21T11:29:17+00:00June 21, 2011|Articles|Comments Off on Teacher’s Beliefs and Socio-Emotional Environment on Classroom Management at Secondary High School Setting

Emotional Development in Infancy, Childhood and Adolescence

Infancy and childhood are the most formative periods of life and strong emotional experiences are likely to have lasting effects on habits and attitudes of children. That is why, modern education in the home and the school, insists that children should be treated more kindly and tenderly.

By |2011-05-20T17:52:54+00:00May 20, 2011|Psychology|Comments Off on Emotional Development in Infancy, Childhood and Adolescence

Educational Implications of Emotional Development during early childhood and late childhood period.

In this childhood stage a boy/girl gets gradually exposure to his/her peer groups, school environment and society as a whole. Where he/she finds difficulty in adjustment. Teachers and parents are to be affectionate to take immediate and appropriate steps to save the child from emotional complicacies.

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Brief notes on Common Emotional Patterns

All of us have experienced emotion when our heart beats fast, our palms eat, and our stomach churns. When one is in love with another, she/he experiences varieties of emotions.

By |2011-04-19T14:15:37+00:00April 19, 2011|Psychology|Comments Off on Brief notes on Common Emotional Patterns

Developmental Timetable for Infants’ Emotional Expression

The ability to respond emotionally is present in the newborn. It is a part of developmental process and not learned. Emotion is governed by "biological clock" of the brain and its maturation. The environment and its influences at different times can alter the emotional development in children.

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