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Learning and Teaching Part A
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Learning and Teaching Part A

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Learning and Teaching - a brief run through the main theories underpinning current ideas of learning and teaching. From September 2004

Learning and Teaching - a brief run through the main theories underpinning current ideas of learning and teaching. From September 2004

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  • We have called this first session “Learning and Teaching – putting it all together”. We have had several initiatives addressing Learning and Teaching in the school, the last one with Ruth Sutton in May. I shall attempt to “put it all together”.
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    • 1. Learning and Teaching - putting it all together A. Theories of Learning
    • 2. Goals
      • Review some of the more important ideas regarding Teaching and Learning
      • Have these in mind as the T & L committee present their first draft of Key Principles of Teaching and Learning
      • Provide some ideas to reflect upon
    • 3. Teaching and Learning
      • a reminder of:
      • A. Theories of Learning
      • B. Research
      • C. Practices and Models
    • 4. A. Theories of Learning
      • 1. Glasersfeld
      • 2. Bruner
      • 3. Freire
      • 4. Piaget
      • 5. Vygotsky
      • 6. Maslow
      • 7. Gardener
      • 8. Bloom
    • 5. A. Theories of Learning
      • 1. Ernst von Glasersfeld: Constructivism
    • 6. A. Theories of Learning
      • 2. Jerome Bruner:
      Structure of learning important Readiness for learning Spiral curriculum Intuition Motives for learning
    • 7. A. Theories of Learning
      • 3. Paolo Freire
    • 8. A. Theories of Learning
      • 3. Paolo Freire
      Educator MAXIMALLY SYSTEMATISED KNOWING
    • 9. A. Theories of Learning
      • 3. Paolo Freire
      Educator MAXIMALLY SYSTEMATISED KNOWING Learner
    • 10. A. Theories of Learning
      • 3. Paolo Freire
      Educator MAXIMALLY SYSTEMATISED KNOWING Learner MINIMALLY SYSTEMATISED KNOWING
    • 11. A. Theories of Learning
      • 3. Paolo Freire
      Educator MAXIMALLY SYSTEMATISED KNOWING Learner MINIMALLY SYSTEMATISED KNOWING An act of “knowing”
    • 12. A. Theories of Learning
      • 3. Paolo Freire
      Educator MAXIMALLY SYSTEMATISED KNOWING Learner MINIMALLY SYSTEMATISED KNOWING An act of “knowing” Synthesis achieve through dialogue, and
    • 13. A. Theories of Learning
      • 3. Paolo Freire
      Educator MAXIMALLY SYSTEMATISED KNOWING Learner MINIMALLY SYSTEMATISED KNOWING An act of “knowing” Synthesis achieve through dialogue, and interaction with the environment
    • 14. A. Theories of Learning
      • 4. Jean Piaget:
    • 15. Piaget’s Constructivist Theory of Learning “ A student who achieves knowledge through free investigation and spontaneous effort will be able to retain that knowledge and will have acquired a methodology that can serve a lifetime”
    • 16. Piaget’s Stages of Cognitive Development
    • 17. Piaget’s Stages of Cognitive Development Sensorimotor
    • 18. Piaget’s Stages of Cognitive Development Sensorimotor Preoperational
    • 19. Piaget’s Stages of Cognitive Development Sensorimotor Preoperational Concrete Operations
    • 20. Formal Operations Piaget’s Stages of Cognitive Development Sensorimotor Preoperational Concrete Operations
    • 21. A. Theories of Learning
      • 5. Lev Vygotsky
      Social, Historical and Cultural interactions are critical to learning Individuals create Psychological Tools to learn and to master their behaviour. (Language) Zone of Proximal Development
    • 22. Showing the Zone of Proximal Development
    • 23. ACTUAL LEVEL (“ ability ”) Showing the Zone of Proximal Development
    • 24. POTENTIAL LEVEL (“ capability ”) ACTUAL LEVEL (“ ability ”) Showing the Zone of Proximal Development
    • 25. POTENTIAL LEVEL (“ capability ”) ACTUAL LEVEL (“ ability ”) Showing the Zone of Proximal Development
    • 26. POTENTIAL LEVEL (“ capability ”) ACTUAL LEVEL (“ ability ”) TEACHING Showing the Zone of Proximal Development
    • 27. POTENTIAL LEVEL (“ capability ”) ACTUAL LEVEL (“ ability ”) TEACHING LEARNING Showing the Zone of Proximal Development
    • 28. POTENTIAL LEVEL (“ capability ”) ACTUAL LEVEL (“ ability ”) TEACHING LEARNING Showing the Zone of Proximal Development ZPD
    • 29. POTENTIAL LEVEL ACTUAL LEVEL ZPD
    • 30. CONCEPTUAL SIMILARITIES BETWEEN VYGOTSKY PIAGET and SOCIAL CONSTRUCTIVISM with an ever so slight lean toward nurture COGNITIVE CONSTRUCTIVISM with an ever so slight lean toward nature
    • 31. VYGOTSKY SOCIAL INTERACTION “ How do children learn best?” DEPENDENT UPON INSTRUCTION SCAFFOLDING ZONE OF PROXIMAL DEVELOPMENT A. Theories of Learning
    • 32. A. Theories of Learning
      • 6. Abraham Maslow: Hierarchy of Needs
    • 33. A. Theories of Learning
      • 7. Howard Gardener: Multiple Intelligences
    • 34.  
    • 35. A. Theories of Learning
      • 8. Benjamin Bloom: Bloom’s Taxonomy
    • 36. A pause… for reflection… 1. Glasersfeld 2. Bruner 3. Freire 4. Piaget 5. Vigotsky 6. Maslow 7. Gardener 8. Bloom

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