notes for b.ed. students

Notes for B.Ed. Students

Here you can find notes for B.Ed. students for study purposes. All notes are available in PDF format and can be downloaded to your Computer or Mobile phone and read in a PDF reader.

Since 2015, B.Ed. has become a two years course and the syllabus has been divided into two years which the students previously had to study in one year.

The syllabus is different for different universities so we have provided notes for common subjects like Childhood and Growing Up, Knowledge and Curriculum, Learning and Teaching, Assessment for learning, Contemporary India and Education, etc.

If you need notes of any other subject taught in the B.Ed. course, please comment below.

Notes for B.Ed. Students – B.Ed. 1st Year Books

Childhood and Growing Up

This subject is commonly taught across many Education colleges of different universities in India.

Childhood and Growing Up Notes

Childhood and Growing Up syllabus

You can download the Childhood and Growing Up syllabus in the PDF format here.

Childhood and Growing Up Notes

You can find the Childhood and Growing Up Notes by clicking on the links below.

Unit 1 Growth and Development of a Child

Unit 2 Developmental Process

Unit 3 Context of Development

Unit 4 Method and Approaches of studying Human development

Unit 5 Theoretical Perspectives

Unit 6 Self and Emotions

Why is this subject important for B.Ed. Study?

Since teachers have to deal with children, teachers need to understand children. There are various stages of growth and development of a child and each stage has unique characteristics. Growth and Development are two different things but related.

We live in a pluralistic society today and it has an impact on the development of a child. So we need to study what are the effects on a child living in today’s pluralistic society.

A classroom is filled with children coming from different families of different social and cultural backgrounds. We need to study how it affects the child when he or she comes in a multicultural classroom.

We need to study how a child develops in theory as it can help us become better teachers when we deal with children who show less development than others.

Why a child behaves in a certain way? Why is he/she not studying? All these questions which comes to a mind of an adult when he meets a child can be answered better if we know some theory behind how it all happens in a child.

Family structures are changing where families are getting more and more smaller and nuclear. This has an impact on the upbringing of a child. A child learns from his parents and from the people outside home. Also parenting has a lot to do with the upbringing of a child.

In this subject, we also study about our own self where we reflect and retrospect on our life. How we deal with emotions and feelings and how it can be useful in our career as a teacher.

Each person thinks differently and sees the world differently. We also will reflect on the way we relate to the world with our emotions.

The study of the subject Childhood and Growing Up makes future teachers aware about the various aspects a child in the classroom deals with.

Gender, School and Society

Gender, School and Society is an important subject in the B.Ed. course taught in various universities of India.

Gender, School and Society notes

Gender, School and Society Notes

You can find the Gender, School and Society Notes by clicking on the links below.

Unit I Gender: Concept and Perspectives

Unit 2 Social Construction of Gender Identity

Unit 3 Gender Issues and Provisions

Unit 4 Gender Challenges and Education

Unit 5 Gender Jurisprudence in Indian Context

Unit 6 Strategies for Gender Empowerment

Why is this subject important for study?

As future teachers who will be working in co-educational schools, it is necessary that you get familiarized with gender roles in society of which schools are a part.

Student teachers must develop familiarity with the concepts of sex, gender and transgender.

You must also understand the various gender stereotypes in the society. As there are various prejudices with women, you can explain to your class that boys and girls must be treated with equity and equality.

You must also learn about the role of the teachers, schools, peers, textbooks, curriculum in the inclusion and reinforcement of gender parity.

The study of Gender, School and Society makes it possible for a student teacher to sensitize towards the issue of gender equality. Therefore, its study is important.

Knowledge and Curriculum

Knowledge and Curriculum is another significant subject in the B.Ed. course which is also taught in various universities of India.

Knowledge and Curriculum Notes

You can find the Knowledge and Curriculum Notes by clicking on the links below.

Unit I Perspectives of Knowledge and Education

Unit 2 Basis of Modern Child Centered Education

Unit 3 Social and Cultural Context of Education

Unit 4 Curriculum: Concept, Types and Determinants

Unit 5 Curriculum Development

Unit 6 Curriculum Implementation and Evaluation

Why is this subject important for study?

Meaning of ‘education’ is ‘an enlightening experience. ‘Knowledge’ means ‘awareness or familiarity gained by experience of a fact or situation’. ‘Curriculum’ means ‘the subjects comprising a course of study in a school or college’.

The reason why this subject Knowledge and Curriculum is taught is because this subject helps the future teachers to learn that the new education system is ‘child centric’. Another reason is that future teachers must develop an understanding social and cultural influence on education.

Learning and Teaching

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Educational Management

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Assessment for Learning

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Languages across the Curriculum

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Contemporary Indian Education

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Creating an Inclusive School

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