UPTET 2019 – Notification

Uttar Pradesh Basic Education Council Board has released notification for the Uttar Pradesh Teacher Eligibility Test (UPTET) 2019 exam.

The examination will be held on 22nd December 2019. Online registration will start from 1st Nov 2019.

UPTET 2019 Notification

 

 

Online practice, previous year’s paper and unlimited full mock tests:

https://www.preptoz.com/public/uptet

Study Notes:

https://www.preptoz.com/library/

UPTET 2019 Exam notification to be released by next week

According to official sources, Uttar Pradesh Basic Education Council Board will release the Uttar Pradesh Teacher Eligibility Test (UPTET) 2019 exam notification by next week.

The examination will be held in the month of December 2019.

UPTET 2019 – Notification

 

Online practice, previous year’s paper and unlimited full mock tests:

https://www.preptoz.com/public/uptet

Study Notes:

https://www.preptoz.com/library/

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Important Questions on Theories of Piaget, Kohlberg, Vygotsky, Pavlov, Skinner & Gardner

Following theories of Child Development are very important for CTET and State TET exams.

  • Piaget’s theory of Cognitive Development
  • Vygotsky’s theory of Socio-Cultural Development
  • Kohlberg’s theory of Moral Development
  • Pavlov’s Theory of Classical Conditioning
  • Skinner’s Theory of Operant Conditioning
  • Gardner’s Theory of Multiple Intelligences

Every year 5 to 6 questions are asked in both paper I and paper II. We are providing questions (80+) from previous year papers for quick revision.

#CTET #UPTET #OTET

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CTET and State TETs – People in Environment

  1. Charles Darwin wrote the ‘Origin of Species’
  2. Ralph Emerson (1840) spoke of the dangers of commerce to our environment.
  3. John Muir is remembered as having saved the great ancient sequoia trees in California’s forests.
  4. In the 1960s Rachel Carson published several articles that caused immediate worldwide concern on the effects of pesticides on nature and mankind. She wrote a well known book called ‘Silent Spring’
  5. EO Wilson is an entomologist who envisioned that biological diversity was a key to human survival on earth. He wrote ‘Diversity of Life’ in 1993.
  6. Salim Ali’s name is synonymous with ornithology in India and with the Bombay Natural History Society (BNHS).
  7. Indira Gandhi as PM has played a highly significant role in the preservation of India’s wildlife. The Wildlife Protection Act was formulated during her regime.
  8. S P Godrej was one of India’s greatest supporters of wildlife conservation and nature awareness programs.
  9. M S Swaminathan is one of India’s foremost agricultural scientists and has also been concerned with various aspects of biodiversity conservation.
  10. Anil Agarwal was a journalist who wrote the first report on the ‘State of India’s Environment’ in 1982.
  11. Medha Patkar is known as one of India’s champions who has supported the cause of downtrodden tribal people whose environment is being affected by the dams on the Narmada river.
  12. Sunderlal Bahugna – Chipko Movement.
  13. Madhav Gadgil is a well known ecologist in India.
  14. M C Mehta – India’s most famous environmental lawyer.

 

Bloom’s Taxonomy of Educational Objectives

In 1956 Benjamin Bloom and some fellow researchers published a taxonomy of educational objectives that has been extremely influential in the research and practice of education ever since.

  • A taxonomy is a system of classification. Bloom and his colleagues categorized objectives from simple to complex, or from factual to conceptual.
  • These key elements are commonly known as Bloom’s taxonomy.

This taxonomy defines levels of objectives in 3 domains:

  1. Cognitive (knowledge based) – relating to intellectual capability i.e. knowledge or ‘think’
  2. Affective (emotive based) – relating to feelings, attitudes, values and behaviours
  3. Psychomotor (action based) – relating to physical coordination and performance of physical skills

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