LEARNING THEORIES

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LEARNING THEORIES by Mind Map: LEARNING THEORIES

1. Behaviorism

1.1. Pavlov

1.1.1. Classical conditioning

1.1.1.1. Stimulus - Response

1.2. Skinner

1.2.1. Oprant conditioning

1.2.1.1. Response-reinforcement

1.3. Behaviorism in the classroom

1.3.1. Rewards and punishment, responsability and lecture-based

2. Cognitivism

2.1. Jerome Bruner

2.1.1. Discovery Learning

2.1.1.1. No matter age of learning

2.2. David Ausebel

2.2.1. Meaningful verbal learning

2.3. Cognitivims in the classroom

2.3.1. Inquiry-oriented proyects,

2.3.2. opportunities

3. Social Learning Theory

3.1. Albert Bandura

3.1.1. Learning from models

3.1.1.1. Attend

3.1.1.2. Retain

3.1.1.3. Accurately

3.2. SLT in the classroom

3.2.1. Collaborative Learning

3.2.2. Modeling reponse

3.2.3. Opportunities to observe

4. Social Constructivism

4.1. Grew out of and in response to cogntivism, framed around matacognition

4.2. Lev Vygotsky

4.2.1. Social Learning

4.2.2. Zone of proximal development

4.3. SC in the classroom

4.3.1. Journaling

4.3.2. Experimental Activities

4.3.3. Personal focus

4.3.4. Collaborative and cooperative

5. Multiple Intelligences

5.1. H. Gardner

5.1.1. Everybody born with eight intellingences

5.2. Eight intelligences

5.2.1. Verbal Linguistic

5.2.2. Visual - Spatial

5.2.3. Logical - Mathematical

5.2.4. Kinesthetic

5.2.5. Musical

5.2.6. Naturalist

5.2.7. Interpersonal

5.2.8. Intrapersonal

6. Brain - Based Learning

6.1. Grew out of Neuroscience and constructivism

6.2. 12 governing principles