The Internet belongs to everyone. Let’s keep it that way.

Protect Net Neutrality
Loading presentation...

Present Remotely

Send the link below via email or IM

Copy

Present to your audience

Start remote presentation

  • Invited audience members will follow you as you navigate and present
  • People invited to a presentation do not need a Prezi account
  • This link expires 10 minutes after you close the presentation
  • A maximum of 30 users can follow your presentation
  • Learn more about this feature in our knowledge base article

Do you really want to delete this prezi?

Neither you, nor the coeditors you shared it with will be able to recover it again.

DeleteCancel

HUMAN NATURE AND INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES

No description
by

Kristine Agape Javier

on 8 August 2014

Comments (0)

Please log in to add your comment.

Report abuse

Transcript of HUMAN NATURE AND INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES

I. Introduction
II. Definition
III. Study of Nature
IV. Individual Differences
V. Stages of Growth and Development Tasks
VI. Implications for Education


3.To understand various internal processes

1. To understand why people behave in a particular way.

Excellence and Efficiency.

Satisfaction and self fulfillment among the individual.

The sum of qualities and traits shared by all humans.


Human nature is the concept that there are a set of logical characteristics, including ways of thinking, feeling and acting that all normal human beings have in common.

HUMAN NATURE AND INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES
2. To understand individuals differences.

4.To understand why people work

a.
Early Childhood
– from 2 years to 6 years
( pre-school year )
- Walking alone, self feeding, speaking
with mastery.

5.
Puberty
- end of childhood and beginning of adolescence
- because of individual differences
some may reach the age of
puberty at 10, 11, or 13.
3.
Babyhood
– from 2nd week to
the 2nd year
-Holding of the food with the hand,
clapping, crawling, obey simple
directions, begin to talk and walk
with the help of a person.

2.
Infancy

– first 2 weeks after birth
4.

Childhood

Stages of Growth and Development Tasks
b.
Late Childhood
– from 6 to 11 or 12 years
( elementary school years)
- Master the 3R’s, ability to express oneself orally
and in writing, reading should be mastered.

3. Differences in intelligence
An ability to learn, remember, reciprocate of what one has already learned.

1. Differences in physique
-
Physical character differs

2. Differences in achievement
Differences in individual’s interests, skill and ability

4. Differences in interest
Depending on culture, sex, social environment individual’s have different meeting.

a.
Late Adolescence
– from 17 years to 21
years( college years) -Learn social dancing and the art of
entertaining.
-Learn the prop er ethics of different
situations.
-Completion of education and start in their own independent way.
-Find a suitable friend for the whole life.
6.
Adolescence
a.
Early Adolescence
– from puberty to
about 17 years( high school)
- Learn to cooperate with the group.
- Submerge his individuality for the
common good.
- Confused of being a child or an adult
- Physically changes takes place.
7.
Adulthood
– from 21 to 40 years
a. Early Adulthood
- Selecting a mate
- Earning a living
- Courting
- Young man and a lady decide to get married
- Adapting each other

b.
Late Adulthood

- Learning to live with a marriage partner
- Starting a family
- Managing a home
- Taking on a civic responsibility
- Critical point is when a child is born
- Most responsible period
HUMAN NATURE AND INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES
Introduction
Satisfaction and self fulfillment among the individual.

Non scientific and modern scientific

Definition
The ways of thinking, acting, and reacting that are common to most or all human beings or that are learned in social situations.

Study of Human Nature
5.To study the changes in the organization

6.Help organization and individuals in a mutually accepted in the expected direction.

Individual Differences
Stages of Growth
1.
Pre-natal Period

a.
Period of the ovum
- first 2 weeks
b.
Period of the embryo
– from 2nd
week to the 2nd month
c.
Period of the fetus
– from 2nd
month to birth

1.Need of paying attention to individual differences of the learners.

9.
Old Age
– 60 years and above
- Physical and personality changes.
- Strength and health decline.
- Decrease in psychic energy.
- Accelerates aging.
- Decrease in hormonal secretion.
- Common Ailments.
arteriosclerosis ( narrowing of the blood vessel)
emphysema ( loss of elastic fibers of the lungs)
osteoporosis ( bones becoming light and porous)
arthritis - Period of retirement.
2.Avoid comparing the child with others.

8.
Middle Age
– 40 to 60 years
- Realizes his goal in life.
- Reach the peak of his professional
career
- Menopause for women.
- Climacteric for men.
Implications for Education
11. The learning processes, experiences and environment should be arranged according to the level and needs of the students.

12. A good environment should be
provided to the students, as it
plays an important role in the
development of the child.

7. Need of pragmatic outlook so as to not place undue demands on the child.

8. Practice maxims of teaching proceed from known to unknown,concrete to abstract, simple to complex.

5. Need of motivating the child to learn as development is a continuous process.

3. Undue pressure should not be put on the students.

6. Need of correlating different subject and example to daily life.


4. Adapting learning programmes, procedures and practices according to the level of students.

9. Use psychological methods of teaching.


10. The learning experiences should be arranged suitably according to the maturity of the child.

Presented by:
Mrs. Cristina M. Javier

GOD BLESS
Full transcript