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As you want syllabus of B.Ed Course of Tamil Nadu Open University, so I am providing detailed syllabus here:

Tamil Nadu Open University B.Ed Detailed Syllabus

COURSE TITLE : BASICS IN EDUCATION
COURSE CODE : BED-01
COURSE CREDIT : 3+1

UNIT 1 UNDERSTANDING EDUCATION AND ITS NATURE
Education: Meaning, Definition, Nature, Concept of Education - Aims ofEducation- Process and functions of Education - Purpose of Education - Role andImportance of Education in Life - Characteristics of an Educated Person. Aspectsof Education: Liberal and Vocational Education, Human Rights Education,Environmental Education, Inclusive Education. Social Aspects of Education:Women Education, Peace Education, Moral Education, Education for DeprivedPeople, Education for Minority, Education for sustainable Development.

UNIT 2 KNOWLEDGE AND KNOWING
Knowledge: Meaning, Definition and Nature. Three Conceptions of Knowledge -Theory of Knowledge: Ways of Knowing, Areas of Knowledge, Types ofKnowledge, How to Acquire Knowledge. Facets of Knowledge: Local andUniversal Knowledge, Concrete and Abstract Knowledge, Theoretical and PracticalKnowledge. Forms of Knowledge - Knowledge Hierarchy (DIKW Pyramid) -Knowledge Management.

UNIT 3 EASTERN AND WESTERN SCHOOLS OF PHILOSOPHY
Philosophy: Meaning, Definition, Branches - Relationship between Philosophy andEducation - Eastern Schools of Philosophy - Eastern Philosophical Thought: Swami Vivekananda, Mahatma Gandhi, Rabindranath Tagore, Sri Aurobindo, J.Krishnamurthy. Western Schools of Philosophy: Idealism, Naturalism, Realism,Pragmatism, Eclecticism, Constructivism - Educational Implications. WesternPhilosophical Thought: Rousseau, Froebel, John Dewey, Montessori, Russell.

UNIT 4 EDUCATION SYSTEM AND AGENCIES
Education System: Formal, Informal and Non-formal - Distance Education andOpen Education. Innovative Education: e-Learning, Mobile Learning, OnlineLearning, U-Learning - Value Oriented Education - Role of InternationalOrganizations on Education: UNESCO, OECD, The World Bank, ILO, WHO. Role ofNational Organizations on Education: NCTE, NCERT, NAAC, DEB, UGC, CSIR. Roleof State Organizations on Education: DIET, SCERT.

UNIT 5 EDUCATION IN THE MODERN INDIAN SOCIETY
Education in Concurrent List - Directive Principle: Article 21A - Universalisation ofElementary Examination - Wastage and Stagnation - Brain Drain - Brain Gain -Right to Education Act - Equitable Education - University Education Commission(1948) - Secondary Education Commission (1952-53) - Kothari Commission(1964-66) - National Policy on Education (1986) - Justice J.S.Verma Committee(2012) - Characteristics of Modern Indian Society: Autonomy, Accountability -Comparison of Autonomy and Accountability - Digital Divide - E-Governance inEducation.

COURSE TITLE : LEARNER AND LEARNING
COURSE CODE : BED-02
COURSE CREDIT : 3+1
UNIT 1 UNDERSTANDING THE DEVELOPMENT OF LEARNER
Psychology as Scientific Study Educational Psychology – Scope of EducationalPsychology – Education & Psychology: Definition, Relationship - Methods ofPsychology – Major Schools of Psychology – Contribution of the Psychology toEducation - Nature of the Learner: Growth & Development - Stages ofdevelopment, factors influencing development - Developmental tasks and theirimplications in adolescence - knowledge of growth and development. Theories ofdevelopment – Piaget’s cognitive development – Freud’s psycho sexualdevelopment – Erikson’s psycho – social development – Kohlberg’s moraldevelopment.

UNIT 2 LEARNING IN LEARNER’S PERSPECTIVE
Learning- concept, principles and factors affecting learning - Nature and laws oflearning – Transfer of Learning, its types theories and methods - Theories oflearning: Thorndike’s connectionism, Pavlov’s classical and Skinners OperantConditioning, Learning by Insight, Hull’s Reinforcement theory, Tolman’s theoryof Learning and Lewin’s Field theory of Learning, Gagne’s Hierarchy of learning –Meta-cognition: Meaning and Definition – Elements of Meta-cognition – Skills ofMeta-cognition – Meta-cognitive Instructional strategies - Learning Styles.

UNIT 3 ATTENTION, MOTIVATION AND GROUP DYNAMICS
Attention: Meaning, nature, distraction, inattention, divided attention and span ofattention – determinants of attention – sensation and perception – laws ofperception – concept formation: types and theories - Memory: meaning, types,models - Forgetting: causes, theories and techniques for promoting retention.Motivation : Types of motives - Level of Aspiration – Theories of motivation &Maslow’s Theory, Werner’s theory and McClelland’s theory – Educationalimplications.

UNIT 4 INTELLIGENCE, CREATIVITY & MENTAL HEALTH
Intelligence: meaning, definitions, types – theories of intelligence: Spearman,Thurston, Thorndike, Guilford, Gardner, Sternberg and Goleman – measurementof intelligence: verbal, non – verbal and performance – Individual and group –Intelligence tests available in India Creativity: strategies for fostering creativity –Problem solving. Meaning and process of adjustment - adjustment mechanisms,adjustment problems of adolescents - Causes of maladjustment – Differencesbetween adjusted and maladjusted adolescents - criteria of good mental health -role of counseller in developing good mental health - Techniques of stress management.

UNIT 5 PERSONALITY AND INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES
Meaning, definition and Components of Personality – Determinants of Personality– integrated personality – Theories of personality: Psychoanalytic theory, sociopsychological theory – measurement of personality: tools and techniques –Individual Differences: Definition, types - Concept of individual differences – roleof Heredity and Environment in individual differences – Measurement ofIndividual Differences -– Understanding differences among Learners: Dimensionsof differences in individual learners - Understanding learners with varyingcognitive abilities especially with ‘learning difficulties’- Slow learner and Dyslexia,Dyscalculia and Dysgraphia.

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