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Child learn a great deal from the media even though entertainment rather than instruction is usually their principal goal in using media. Usually the more attention the child devotes to the media stimulus, the greater the learning. Children are typically more attentive to characters who have high status or power or who are similar to themselves in sex, age or ethnic background. Children are not passive recipients of media content; they select and use the media according to the motives, predispositions and cognitive capacities brought from previous experience. Nevertheless, exposure can affect both what they learn and the way they behave, even though these effects may depend on individual characteristics of the child.
In this handbook, the focus is on child centered education and various methods of teaching reading, teaching writing and discussion on educational problems.

Child Education

SKU: 9788171413614
  • Singh & Sudarshan
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