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Theoretical Frameworks for Learning by Mind Map: Theoretical Frameworks for Learning
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Theoretical Frameworks for Learning


B.F. Skinner (Behavioral Scientist)

Skinner Box




Reinforcement, Reward, Punishment

Teaching and ICTs

Management of Class Behavior

Programmed Instruction


Jean Piaget (Psychologist)


Atkinson-Shiffrin Model, Sensory Memory, Short-Term Memory, Long-Term Memory

Teaching and ICTs

Ask Questions

Use Multimedia Content

Highlight Important Points

Relate to Existing Knowledge

Practice Exercises, Rehearsal, Feedback

Robert Gagne (Learning Theorist)

5 Conditions for Learning, Verbal Information, Intellectual Skills, Cognitive Strategies, Motor Skills, Attitude

9 Instructional Events, Gain Attention, Inform Learners of Objectives, Stimulate Recall of Prior Learning, Presenting the Content, Providing Learning Guidance, Elicit Performance, Providing Feedback, Assess Performance, Enhancing Retention and Transfer


Social Constructivism

Teaching and ICTs, Collaborative Learning Activities, Testing integrated with Task

Negotiation of Meaning

Salmon Model, Access and Motivation, Online Socialisation, Information Exchange, Knowledge Construction, Development

Active Learning

Diana Laurillard (Professor)

Conversational framework

Jean Piaget (Psychologist)

Active Learner