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Alternative Conceptions Of Learning In Children, Understanding Children’s Errors As Significant Steps In The Learning Process CTET CDP 20 हिन्दी

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Alternative Conceptions Of Learning In Children Understanding Children's Errors CTET CDP 20 हिन्दी

Chapter : 00:00 – Alternative Conceptions Of Learning In Children, Understanding Children’s Errors As Significant Steps In The Learning Process

Chapter : 00:25 – Important Topics
What are Alternative Conceptions ?
Types of Alternative Conceptions
Implications of Alternative Conceptions
Errors & Alternative Conceptions
Dealing with Alternative Conceptions
Sample Questions

Chapter : 01:39 – Scientific Explanation about a solar eclipse and Alternative Conceptions

– Rahu swallows the Sun – India
– A celestial Dragon eats the Sun – China
– A giant Frog swallows the Sun – Vietnam
– Dogs in the sky are stealing the Sun – Korea
– A Wolf ate the Sun – Nordic Countries

If Alternative Conceptions are factually incorrect, they are Misconceptions

Chapter : 03:03 – What are Alternative Conceptions ?

– Alternative conceptions are ideas used to explain various concepts or phenomena
– Alternative conceptions do not match scientific explanations of such concepts or phenomena

Alternative Conception are imaginative efforts to describe and explain the world around us.

– Black absorbs more heat and may cause heat-stroke
– Black colour is unlucky
– Black colour should not be worn to any auspicious events
– Black colour is associated with Black-Magic

Chapter : 04:50 – Types of Alternative Conceptions

Preconceptions – that exist previous to a student coming to class

Misconceptions – which may have developed in class

Quasi-conceptions – which are correct under certain conditions

Chapter : 06:23 – In simple words, Alternative Conceptions, Preconceptions and Misconceptions may be Misunderstandings or Misexplanations (Incorrect explanations)

Chapter : 06:36 – Implications of Alternative Conceptions

– Can be very resistant and persistent
– Can impede acquisition of new knowledge
– Have to be changed for learning to occur
– May need radical reorganization of knowledge

Chapter : 08:16 – Errors & Alternative Conceptions

Errors are Symptoms

The Reasons for the errors may be
– Mistakes
– Misconceptions

Errors
– may be due to simple mistakes or
– may be a symptom of Alternative Conceptions

Chapter : 09:46 – Dealing with Alternative Conceptions

– Accept that Alternative Conceptions are Normal
– Investigate the reasons & patterns behind Errors
– Understand the Alternative Conceptions
– Confront the Alternative Conceptions
– Lectures or Theoretical methods are not enough
– Provide a different perspective or approach
– Use hands-on & experiential approaches
– Reinforce the correct knowledge

Chapter : 12:07 – Children often form alternative conceptions and misconceptions about various concepts. Which of the following statement is NOT correct in this context?

– Alternative conceptions and misconceptions formed by students should be highly discouraged by the teacher.
– Formation of alternative conceptions and misconceptions is very natural among children as well as adults.
– A teacher should definitely attend to these alternative conceptions and misconceptions as they are significant in process of teaching-learning.
– Alternative conceptions & misconceptions are not always baseless rather they represent children’s intuitive ideas about world around them.

Chapter : 14:38 – Which of the following belief of a teacher is detrimental to student’s learning?

– Errors are a part of the process of learning.
– Making errors is a shameful act for the learners
– Errors provide insight in to the gaps in the conceptual understanding of the learner.
– Learners must be given the space to make errors without fear of being reprimanded.

Chapter : 16:49 – Misconception among children are

– Abnormal
– Atypical
– Natural
– Rare

Chapter : 17:36 – It is important to ______ the misconceptions among students.

– Create
– Identify
– Ignore
– Promote

Chapter : 18:21 – Misconceptions among students represent their ______

– Extremely flawed and irrational thinking process.
– Higher-order emotional and intellectual abilities.
– Native and intuitive understanding about concepts.
– Severe cognitive deficiencies and neurological disorders.


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