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learning theories

"Social learning theory"

symnopsis

imitation of models, talent, intelligence, good looks, power, popularity

acquisition of behaviour without performace

production of the rewarded behaviour

processes of learning a behaviour, attention, production, motivation

learning style

curriculum, observation of a model, positive reinforcement

instruction, collaborative learning

assessment, right environment, incentive, supportive

retention

Learning style

active

concrete

abstract

reflective

psychology

visual learner, seeing, picture, flash card, mindmaping, mental picture

audithory learner, hearing, tape record, discussion, read

kinesthetic learner, use, practice test, discussion

impact

curriculum, intutition, sensing, feeling, imagination

instruction, combination of various experiental elements, sound, music, movement

assessment, focusing on the "whole brain"

behaviourist

Pavlov & B F Skinner, focus on observable behavior, not interested in mind activities

classical conditioning

stimulus & response

Pavlov

operant conditioning

positive & negative reinforcement

B F Skinner

Multiple Intelligence

proposed by Howard Gardner 7 intelligence by howard gardner.   intelligence: wyas of perceving/understanding the world.  skills/abilities to solve problems

7 intelligence

verbal linguistic

logical mathematical

visual spatial

body kinesthetic

musical ryhthmic

interpersonal

intrapersonal

curriculum

balanced

instruction

address all intelligence

assessment

measure all forms of intelligence

Developmental

Piaget's child development stages

4 stages

Senorimotor (birth-2 yrs)

concrete operations (7-11 yrs)

preoperational (2-7 yrs)

formal operations (11-15 yrs > audlt)

7 principles cognitive structure

scheme

curriculum

developmental

Control theory

motivation

survival

love

power

freedom

other basic human needs

assumption

control of behaviour

maximizing the satisfaction

teaching methods

clear rules, reward, punishment

learning style

curriculum, negotiation between students and teachers, how to teach, what to teach

instruction, cooperative learning techniques, active learning techniques, students' satisfaction

assessment, absolute standard, no curves

Observational Learning

Connectionism

3 primary laws

law of effect, rewarding state of affairs, habitual responses

law of readiness, blocking a chain of responses for achieving goal, annoyance

law of exercise, more practices, strengthening connections

transfer of learning

identical elements in new and old environments