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Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is very popular among students who want to pursue their career in the noble profession of teaching. Not only this, teacher Eligibility tests (TETs) are also held State wise for the recruitment of teachers in schools of various states. “Child Development and Pedagogy” for CTET and TETs Paper I and II has been revised carefully for aspirants who are preparing for CTET and other state TETs related examinations. It gives the complete study material for child Development and Pedagogy to enable aspirants to solve every type of questions related to this subject. It is divided into chapters of child development and Pedagogy and provides practice exercise with previous years’ questions in CTET and other TETs in each Chapter it also includes 5 Practice Sets exactly based on the latest examination pattern. It has the latest Solved papers of 2018 and 2016 to let aspirants know the trends and pattern of questions. Housed with more than 1500 MCQs, it gives robust study material useful for CTET, UPTET, HTET, UTET, CGTET and all other states TETs. Toc solved Paper 2018 (Dec), solved Paper 2016 (Sept), solved Paper 2016 (Feb), child Development and Pedagogy: concept of development and its relationship with learning, principles of child development, influence of Heredity and Environment, Socialisation process, Piaget, Kohlberg and Vygotsky, concept of child-centered and progressive education, construct of intelligence and multi-dimensional intelligence, language and thought, gender issues in social construct, individual difference among learners, evaluation of learning, evaluation of achievement and formation of questions, inclusive education and addressing children from diverse backgrounds, identifying and addressing disabled and learning disability children, identifying and addressing the talented, creative and specially abled learners, thinking and learning in children, basic process of teaching and learning, child as a problem-solver and as a scientific investigator, alternative conceptions of learning in children, cognition and emotion, motivation and learning, National Curriculum Framework 2005, Practice Sets (1-5).