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Learning theories

Work in your team to develop a mind map to show branching and connections of major learning theories and their key parameters. The Mindmeister will allow you to extend your collaboration beyond the classroom time •Display this mind map in your blog  

Cognitivism

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Piaget and Individual Cognition

La Gestalt

Wittrock's generative learning model

Brain-based learning

Control Theory

Gardner's Multiple Intelligences

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Right brain vs. Left brain

Imaginative education

Behaviourism

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Sequencing (of learning activities)

Pavlov (conditioned learning)

Observational

Its positive and negative reinforcement techniques can be very effective. Source: www.funderstanding.com

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Constructivism

Instruction–Under the theory of constructivism, educators focus on making connections between facts and fostering new understanding in students. Assessment becomes part of the learning process so that students play a larger role in judging their own progress. Source: www.funderstanding.com

Vygotsky and Social Cognition

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Actor-Network-Theory

Constructivism has become educations version of the grand unified theory - Micheal Matthews http://www.csi.unian.it/edua/inglese/matthews.html

Model-Dependent Realism

Neuroscience

When educators take neuroscience into account, they organize a curriculum around real experiences and integrated, “whole” ideas. Source: www.funderstanding.com

Complex thinking abilities may be developed throughout life

Learning Styles

Traditional schooling tends to favor abstract perceiving and reflective processing. www.funderstanding .com/ content/about-learning

BBC 4 Radio program

strategies, or regular mental behaviours, habitually applied by an individual to problem-solving. Source: Prichard 2009 Ways of Learning

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Reference Books (Online)

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Secondary Education : The Key Concepts

Learning Theories

Motivational Theory

ARCS model

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Connectivism

This seems to be a learning theory meant to be based on the "new" world of technology. It has to do with the learner beginning at some stage with isolated sets of knowledge and through the digital world, forming connections between them and in so doing expanding on and creating new knowledge in the process. I've just begun reading about this a little bit in the paper: Teacher's pedagogical reasoning and action in the digital age, by Louise Starkey.