Personal Theory of Learning

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Personal Theory of Learning by Mind Map: Personal Theory of Learning

1. Behaviourist

1.1. Memorizing

1.2. Repeating

1.3. Imitation

1.4. Practise

1.5. Encouragement

2. Teacher's role

2.1. State goals clearly

2.2. Focus on 1 goal

2.3. Provide cues

3. Connectivism

3.1. Learning occurs through creating and nurturing connections

3.2. Sharing work with others

3.3. Many opinions are important

3.4. Learning may reside in non-human appliances

3.5. Learner centred

3.6. Learner determines content

4. Teacher's role

4.1. Validate information

4.2. Provide opportunities for learners to create and nurture connectins

4.3. Blends educator expertise with learner construction

5. Teacher as facilitator and advisor

5.1. Synchronous and asynchronous

5.2. Understands student needs

5.3. Prompt feedback

5.4. Guides students in interactions

5.5. Gives learners the control of learning process

5.6. Gives learners time and opportunity to reflect

5.7. Provides relevant and meaningful materials

5.8. Provides opportunities for experiences and discovery

5.9. Provides multiple modes of learning

5.10. Collects input for assessment

5.11. Provides opportunities for small group work

5.12. Provides opportunity for group discussion

5.13. Provides opportunities for L/L, L/T, L/content interaction

5.14. Ensures students are actively engaged

6. Social Constructivist

6.1. Learner Centred

6.1.1. Detail 1

6.1.2. Detail 2

6.2. Communicate to construct knowledge

6.2.1. Detail 1

6.2.2. Detail 2

6.3. Authentic Material

6.3.1. Detail 1

6.3.2. Detail 2

6.4. Interactive

7. Learner Centred

7.1. Learners are active

7.2. Knowledge not received from outside

7.3. Learner interprets and processes through senses to create knowledge

7.4. Collaborative and cooperative learning

7.5. Learn from others

7.6. Connects tasks to real life

8. Tools and actions to facilitate learning

8.1. Presentations:Prezi, PowerPoint, Glogster

8.2. YouTube, Teacher Tube, TED

8.3. Calendar

8.4. Check lists

8.5. Updates

8.6. Scheduling:Doodle,Slyreply

8.7. Brainstorming: Wallwisher, bubbl.us,spiderscribe

8.8. Voicethread, Audacity

8.9. Communication: IM, email

8.10. Group discussions: Google Docs, wikis, blogs

9. Blooms Taxonomy

9.1. Creating

9.2. Evaluating

9.3. Analyzing

9.4. Applying

9.5. Understanding

9.6. Remembering

10. Multiple Intelligences

10.1. Linguistic

10.2. Logical-mathematical

10.3. Musical

10.4. Spatial

10.5. Body-kinesthetic

10.6. Interpersonal

10.7. Intrapersonal

10.8. Naturalist