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Learning Theories by Mind Map: Learning Theories
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Learning Theories

There are two views of looking at Learning Theories 1. academical approach 2. humanistic approach

Cognitivism

- Recognize that mych learning involves associations established through contiguity and repetition

Cognitists

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Jean Piaget

Theories

Dual Coding Theory

Subsumption Theory

Cognitive Dissonance Theory

Social Learning Theory

Vygotsky Social development theory

Information Processing Theory

Gestalt Theory, Information Pickup Theory

Neuroscience

Brain-based Learning, Orchestrated Immersion, Relaxed Alertness, Active Processing

Right Brain vs. Left Brain

Behaviorism

- views the mind as a "black box" in the sense that response to stimulus can be observed quantitatively - Behaviorist: Pavlov, Watson, Thorndile, Skinner

Behaviorists

Skinner, Operant Conditioning Mechanisms, Behavioral Shaping, Reinforcement Schedules

Watson

Pavlov

Albert Bandura

Theories

Social Learning Theory

Control Theory

Classical Conditioning

Drive Reduction Theory

Operant Conditioning

Observational Learning

Communities of practice

Learning Styles Theory

Constructivism

- learners construct their own reality or at least interpret it based upon their perceptions of experiences

Constructivists

Bruner

Jean Piaget

Theories

Constructivist Theory

Vygotsky Social development theory

Learning Style(individual expericence)

Miscellaneous

Postmodernism

Gardner Multiple Intelligences

Laura: skills or abilities

Sociology

Multiple Intelligences

Observational Learning(social learning theory)

Control Theory

Communities of Practice

Constructivism

Psychology

Cognitivism

Vygotsky and social cognition

Learning style

Cognitive Dissonance

Neurology

Right Brain vs. Left Brain

Neuroscience

Brain-Based Learning

Multiple Intelligences