mental health in relation to spirituality among adolescents Brundhavan K. R.

mental health in relation to spirituality among adolescents

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mental health in relation to spirituality among adolescents
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Brundhavan K. R.
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9780752162713
INTRODUCTION Nowadays enlightening psychology is a vital compliance that is contributory to the education of teachers and beginners. For example, Jerome Bruner, an enduring figure in educational psychology, recently noted the need to change our ideas of development, teaching, and learning and the interactions among them. In particularly, Bruner (1996) urged educators and psychologists to see children as thinkers, and stated: Education, in the present day context, is perhaps the single most important means for individuals to improve personal endowments, build capability levels, overcome constraints and in the process, enlarge their available set of opportunities and choices for a sustained improvement in well- being. It is not only a means to enhance human capital, productivity and, hence, the compensation to labour, but it is equally important for enabling the process of acquisition, assimilation and communication of information and knowledge, all of which augments a person's quality of life. Education is important not merely as means to other ends, but it is an attribute that is valued in itself, by most individuals. More importantly, it is a critical invasive instrument for bringing about social, economic and political inclusion and a durable integration of people, particularly those 'excluded', from the mainstream of any society. The process of education and its attainments thereof have an impact on all aspects of life. It captures capability of acquiring knowledge, communication, and participation in community life. It alters an individual's and even community's,Binding Type: PaperbackAuthor: Brundhavan K. R.Publisher: AhmedPublished: 05/23/2022ISBN: 9780752162713Pages: 134Weight: 0.42lbsSize: 9.00h x 6.00w x 0.29d

INTRODUCTION Nowadays enlightening psychology is a vital compliance that is contributory to the education of teachers and beginners. For example, Jerome Bruner, an enduring figure in educational psychology, recently noted the need to change our ideas of development, teaching, and learning and the interactions among them. In particularly, Bruner (1996) urged educators and psychologists to see children as thinkers, and stated: Education, in the present day context, is perhaps the single most important means for individuals to improve personal endowments, build capability levels, overcome constraints and in the process, enlarge their available set of opportunities and choices for a sustained improvement in well- being. It is not only a means to enhance human capital, productivity and, hence, the compensation to labour, but it is equally important for enabling the process of acquisition, assimilation and communication of information and knowledge, all of which augments a person's quality of life. Education is important not merely as means to other ends, but it is an attribute that is valued in itself, by most individuals. More importantly, it is a critical invasive instrument for bringing about social, economic and political inclusion and a durable integration of people, particularly those 'excluded', from the mainstream of any society. The process of education and its attainments thereof have an impact on all aspects of life. It captures capability of acquiring knowledge, communication, and participation in community life. It alters an individual's and even community's,

Binding Type: Paperback
Author: Brundhavan K. R.
Publisher: Ahmed
Published: 05/23/2022
ISBN: 9780752162713
Pages: 134
Weight: 0.42lbs
Size: 9.00h x 6.00w x 0.29d

INTRODUCTION Nowadays enlightening psychology is a vital compliance that is contributory to the education of teachers and beginners. For example, Jerome Bruner, an enduring figure in educational psychology, recently noted the need to change our ideas of development, teaching, and learning and the interactions among them. In particularly, Bruner (1996) urged educators and psychologists to see children as thinkers, and stated: Education, in the present day context, is perhaps the single most important means for individuals to improve personal endowments, build capability levels, overcome constraints and in the process, enlarge their available set of opportunities and choices for a sustained improvement in well- being. It is not only a means to enhance human capital, productivity and, hence, the compensation to labour, but it is equally important for enabling the process of acquisition, assimilation and communication of information and knowledge, all of which augments a person's quality of life. Education is important not merely as means to other ends, but it is an attribute that is valued in itself, by most individuals. More importantly, it is a critical invasive instrument for bringing about social, economic and political inclusion and a durable integration of people, particularly those 'excluded', from the mainstream of any society. The process of education and its attainments thereof have an impact on all aspects of life. It captures capability of acquiring knowledge, communication, and participation in community life. It alters an individual's and even community's,

Binding Type: Paperback
Author: Brundhavan K. R.
Publisher: Ahmed
Published: 05/23/2022
ISBN: 9780752162713
Pages: 134
Weight: 0.42lbs
Size: 9.00h x 6.00w x 0.29d