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Learning Theories

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Linda Brookman

on 28 August 2013

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Transcript of Learning Theories

Learning Theories and Models
Student Self-Assessment
Giving
Effective Feedback
BF Skinner's Operant Conditioning
CONSTRUCTIVISM
Cognitive Apprenticeship
Andragogy
Reflective Practice
BEHAVIORISM
COGNITIVISIM
Bandura's
Social Learning Theory
Pavlov's
Classical Conditioning
Piaget's
Stage Theory of Cognitive Development
Gardner's
Multiple Intelligences
Bloom's Taxonomy
Vygotsky's
Social Development Theory
HUMANISM
SS-A, a component of self-regulation learning theory
Motivational Control= goal setting, evoking positive beliefs in one's skills, & adjusting emotionally to demands of studying & learning (Bruning et al., 2011)
Dr. Esther Choo & Dr. Michelle Lin, San Francisco General Hospital
Dept of Emergency Services andUCSF, 2007
LEARNING THEORIES & MODELS, STUDENT SELF-
ASSESSMENT, AND EFFECTIVE FEEDBACK

A THREE-PART WORKSHOP
FOR NEW CLINICAL DENTAL HYGIENE INSTRUCTORS

Domains of Learning
Cognitive:

Remembering
Understanding
Applying
Analyzing
Synthesizing
Evaluatin
Affective:
1) Receiving, 2) Responding, 3) Valuing, 4) Organizing, 5) Internalizing
Psychomotor:
1) Imitating, 2) Manipulating >following instructions, 3) Developing>precision, 4) Articulating >w/other movements, 5) Naturalizing>becoming automatic, expert
The ability to precisely self-assess was a "cornerstone for developing strong critical thinking skills" (Mould et al., 2011, p. 1061).
The development of SS-A would prepare the DH student to provide quality care after graduation when the student becomes autonomous (Jackson & Tipton Murff, 2011
Self-regulation theory consists of 3 core components
1. meta-cognitive awareness
2. strategy use
3. motivational control**
Developing student assessment
During Feedback session ask:
1.What were your goals today?
2. What skills were you focusing
on today?
3. What did you feel you did well
on today?
Self-Regulated Learning Theory
Questions??
1. Deconstruct an event
2. Make a judgment on efficacy
3. Use reflective practice on understanding of the event
4. Evaluate how one will respond in future
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