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Learning Theories

Motivation, Self-Regulation, Behaviorism
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Darlene Beale Norris

on 4 October 2012

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Transcript of Learning Theories

Learning
Theories SELF
REGULATION MOTIVATION BEHAVIORISM Theoriest Bandura
Keller
Pintrich
Schunk
Zimmerman Learning
behavior
has to be
influenced Theorist Bandura
Pintrich
Schunk
Zimmerman
Boekaerts
corno
Dweck Learning behavior is established by personal effort and effective strategies Theorist Skinner
Watson
Pavlov
Thorndike learning behavior is established by understanding and changing behavior Components

-Intrinsic motivation
-Extrinsic motivation
-Self-Efficacy Theory Assumption Behavior is not random. It's has purpose and direction Origin psychology Components Theory assumption Self-regulation is increased when students acquire skills. Origin
Motivation Theory Components Identify Learning goals
determine the change in reinforcements
implement program of behavior change assumption Behaviorism studies responses Origin
psychology Defined
Goal Directed Behavior Role of a teacher
engagement
maintain confidence
create incentive Defined
Behavior that can be seen and assessed role of the teacher - classical conditioning
- operant conditioning Defined monitor and maintain personal progres role of the teacher assist in setting goals
teach learning methods
motivate self-appraisals -performance
-forethought
-self-reflection
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