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  • 1. Cognitive Learning Theory By: Jon and Kaitlyn
  • 2. Jean Piaget • Lived from 1896-1980 • Psychologist who helped shape constructivist movement • Grew up in Switzerland • Worked as professor at University of Geneva • Taught Child Psychology • Praised for his work in developmental psychology (Columbia Electronic Encyclopedia)
  • 3. Key Points of Cognitive Learning Theory • Children learn by constructing their own knowledge • Four stages of cognitive development • Sensorimotor – Learning through the senses (0-2 Yrs.) • Preoperational – Speech and communication improve (2- 6/7 Yrs.) • Concrete operational – Begin using problem solving (6/7 – 11/12 Yrs.) • Formal operational – Comparative reasoning (11/12 – adulthood) • Movement from concrete to abstract thinking
  • 4. Key Points of Cognitive Learning Theory • Assimilation • Children incorporate new knowledge as they experience new things • Accommodation • Children use new knowledge to make sense of their environment • Community of Inquiry • Learning occurs through community interaction • “Construction of meaning through sustained communication” (Baturday)
  • 5. What does the teacher do under the Cognitive Learning Theory with Technology? • Web quests • Scavenger hunts • Treasure hunts • Citation: (Shelly, Gunter, and Gunter 267-268)
  • 6. What does the teacher do under the Cognitive Learning Theory without Technology? • Concrete props • Visual aids • Models and/or timelines • Opportunities to classify and group information • Hierarchies to facilitate assimilation of new information with previous knowledge • Require logical analytical thinking- Brain teasers • Citation: ("Jean Piaget")
  • 7. What do the students do under the Cognitive Learning Theory with Technology? • Word processing software • Concept map development • Virtual field trip • Citation: ("The world of education from one young teacher's perspective")
  • 8. What do the students do under the Cognitive Learning Theory without Technology? • Explain how they solved a problem • Work in pairs • Answer essay questions with multiple possible answers • Citation: ("Jean Piaget")
  • 9. Works Cited "A Teacher Affect Eternity." The world of education from one young teacher's perspective. Wordpress.com, 13 Jul 2009. Web. 16 Nov 2013. <http://derrickmgreen.wordpress.com/2009/07/13/cognitive-learning-theory-andtechnology/>. • Baturay, M.H. “Relationships Among Sense of Classroom Community, Perceived Cognitive Learning and Satisfaction of Students at an E-learning Course.” Interactive Learning Environments 19.5 (2011): 563-75. Academic Search Premier. Web. 16 Nov. 2013. • Columbia Electronic Encyclopedia “Jean Piaget.” 2013. Academic Search Premier. Web. 16 Nov. 2013. • "Jean Piaget." Education Implications and Activities. Weebly. Web. 16 Nov 2013. <http://piaget.weebly.com/educational-implications--activities.html>. • Shelly, Gary, Glenda Gunter, and Randolph Gunter. Teachers Discovering Computers: Integrating Technology in a Connected World. 7th ed. Boston, MA: Course Technology, 2012. 267-268. Print. • All images from: http://www.morguefile.com/archive#/?q=learning&sort=pop&photo_lib=morgueFile