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Learning Theories

Visual representation of the three main learning theories: behaviorism, cognitivism,and constructivism.

Sarah Vann

on 12 September 2010

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Transcript of Learning Theories

Learning Theories Cognitivism Constructivism Stimuli Responses Programmed Instruction Learner-paced Behaviorism Reinforcers Teaching Machine Structured Linear Age Appropriate Assimilation Accomodation Relative Equilibrium Senory Motor - Short-term Memory - Long-term Memory Making Connections Emotional Connections Multiple Senses Engagement Meaningful Arrangement of Content Knowledge is constructed by learners. Problem-based Learning Ownership of Learning Social Negotiation Real-world Application and Problem Solving Learners Relfect on Learning Small Group Inquiry Activities
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