Presentation on theme: "How TET effects the cognitive development of students?"— Presentation transcript:
1How TET effects the cognitive development of students? Cognitive development is the construction of thought processes, including remembering, problem solving, and decision-making, from childhood through adolescence to adulthood.
2ACCOUNTABILITY – students are encouraged to ‘own’ their behaviour Understand behaviour – consequence linksPROBLEM SOLVING – active listening allows students to reflect on their situation and determine their own course of action.“Advice is one of those things that is far more blessed to give than to receive” Carolyn Wells (CITED IN Tauber 2007)
3HOW TET AFFECTS SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT Social development is the process in which a child learns the skills, rules and values that will enable him or her to form connections and function among family members, peers and members of society.
4Fosters a learning environment that is based on trust and respect Develops self esteemMinimisation of embarrassmentOpens up communication skills through ‘I messages’ and Active Listening
5HOW TET AFFECTS MORAL DEVELOPMENT Moral development is the process through which children develop proper attitudes and behaviors toward other people in society, based on social and cultural norms, rules, and laws.
6Students work for intrinsic rewards Non blameful, non judgemental discussions supports students self esteem, minimises resistanceStudents learn empathyDevelops emotional maturityDevelop respect for rights of self and others