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Three main learning theories by Mind Map: Three main learning theories
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Three main learning theories

Behaviorism(Learning perspective)

Network Resource

B.F.Skinner

Black Box

Edward L. Thorndike

Stimulus & Response Experiment

Learning happens when a correct response is demonstrated following the presentation of a specific environmental stimulus

Teacher-centered

Sage on the Stage

Feedback is important

Mind as a Black Box

Language Learning

Reinforced Behavior

Cognitivism

Network Resource

Robert Gagne

Jerome Bruner, David Ausubel

Learning is viewed as an active process that occurs within the learner and which can be influenced by the learner.

Teacher-centered

Rules,patterns and strategies

Constructivism

Network Resource

Lev Vygotsky

John Dewey

Mental Models

Mind as an information processor, Three types of Memory, Short-term Memory, Long-term Memory, Working Memory

Student-centered

Instructor as guide on the side, Building scaffolds

Learners as leaders, Learning as an active process, discovering concepts, constructing knowleges

Dynamic interaction between instructors and learners

Inquiry-based, Inquiry-based instruction, Inquiry-based learning, Characteristics of inquiry-learning, 1, 2, 3

Social Constructivism

Collaborative Learning, Examples of Collaborative Learning, Collaborative Networked Learning, Computer-supported collaborative learning, Learning Management Systems, Collaborative Learning Development, Collaborative Learning in Virtual Worlds, Collaborative learning in thesis circles in higher education

Why?

How learning happens?

Design courses according to different characteristics of groups

Support learning and teaching