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Learning by Mind Map: Learning
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Learning

a process

congitive influences

emotional influences

environmental influences

Behaviorism

Skinner

Rat skinner box

no reliance on inner thought

Enviroment shapes behavior

reward or punishment

progtammed instruction

building skills and understanding

memorizing basics

Cognitivism

Jean Piaget

learner build internal conceptual frameworks

theory based

models, Atkinson-Shiffrin model, Stimulus event, Sensory memory, Short term memory, Long term memory, Forgetting, Learning Model, 1. Class, 2. Short term memory, 3. Rehearsal, 4. Feddback loop, 5 Long term memory, 6. Long term memory retrieval, 7. Test, Gagnes's 5 categories of learning, Intellectual skills, Cognitive strategy, Verbal information, Attitude, Motor skills

as indicator

piror knowledge

Constructivism

Jean Piaget

learner constructed their own knowledge

constructed from experience

active process

Piaget's active learner

Organism as agent or knower, Behavioural Factors, Biological Factors, Social Factors, Cultural Factors

Kolb's cycle

Concrete experience

Reflective observation

Abstract conceptualization

Active experimentationi

Social Constructivism

with interactions

constructing a public entity

collaborative

group constructions create a small culture of shared artifacts

knowledge is not transmitted but build up by learner

Salmon Model

1. Access and motivation

2. Online socialization

3. Information exchange

4. Knowledge construction

5. Development

Laurillard's conversational framework

Teacher-Student interactions

Student-Student interactions

Teacher's activities vs student's learning experiences

Reflection & Adaptation