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Assignment 2.2: Instructional Design

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Amy Neal

on 6 February 2013

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Transcript of Assignment 2.2: Instructional Design

FOUNDATIONS Theoretical "Learning is nothing more than acquiring a new Behavior" BEHAVIORISM KNOWLEDGE
is
POWER CONSTRUCTIVISM A QUESTION And it all
starts with . . . When teachers observe their students, they focus (objectively) on behavior as opposed to the student's mental activity. A learning process
that uses
different
behavioral patterns. CONDITIONING
is
Universal Behaviorism is a study that was first introduced by B.F. Skinner; his theory was based on CONDITIONING, which is a universal learning process with two different behavioral patterns: Classic Conditioning
and
Behavioral/Operant Conditioning No reaction to just a bell ringing ... Now the ringing bell at a certain time means lunch! Cognitive
Perspectives
or
Cognitivism Adaptation reinforces patterns to new Information and Surroundings. Computers have brought about an increase in learning but the mental processes still need to be monitored on a regular basis. Students are being given more conscientious choices but reinforcement is still a major requirement for teachers to provide. vs. 1) Declarative: Facts, concepts, and principles.
2) Procedural: Performing a task, action or process.
3) Strategic: Applying knowledge and experience to new situations.
4) Meta-cognitive: Self-awareness and how one learns. There are four types of knowledge: Introduced in the 1990's, this is considered a "REFLECTION OF LEARNING" The Philosophy of Learning
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