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Transcript of Learning Theories
BF Skinner's Operant Conditioning
Social Learning Theory
Stage Theory of Cognitive Development
Social Development Theory
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
1) Receiving, 2) Responding, 3) Valuing, 4) Organizing, 5) Internalizing
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
3. What did you feel you did well
Self-Regulated Learning Theory
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