MODULE 2
COMPONENTS OF EFFECTIVE TEACHING
Lesson 2: The Learner
KIMPEE I. BLAHING
BSEd Biology – 3rd Yr.
1st Semester 2013
MODULE 2:
COMPONENTS OF EFFECTIVE TEACHING
Lesson 2:
The Learner
A.Definition and theories of learning
B.Student’s Learnin...
Definition and theories of learning
Behaviorism
Ivan Pavlov – Classical
Conditioning
B.F. Skinner – Operant
Conditioning
J...
•Abraham Maslow
The Hierarchy of Needs
Definition and theories of learning
Definition and theories of learning
Cognitive Approach
Cognitive Learning Theories
includes:
•Gestalt Psychology – Insight...
Student’s Learning Style
What is a “learning style”?
• “The way that he or she
concentrates on,
processes, internalizes,
a...
• “Characteristic cognitive,
affective, and physiological
behaviors that serve as
relatively stable indicators of
how lear...
Student’s Learning Style
Learning Style - In Simple
Terms
Conceptual
Understanding
• Children learn
through a
combination ...
Physiological Elements
• Physiological elements are
primarily biologically-based and
vary depending on the learner’s
react...
Cognitive Elements
• Brain Dominance
• Conceptual Tempo
• Mind styles
• Psychological Differentiation
• Modality
• Multipl...
Brain
Dominance
What is the way
in which the
brain analyzes
information?
•Analytical
•Global
•Integrated
Conceptual
Tempo
...
Psychological
Differentiation
Modality
Multiple
Intelligences
•Visual
•Auditory
•Tactile
•Kinesthetic
•Field Dependence
•F...
Affective Elements
• Affective elements are the
motivational forces within
a learner typically viewed
as stimulating and
g...
Conceptual Level
• High
–These students are more
independent. They enjoy
individual projects, problem
solving, and a choic...
Psychological Types
• Thinker
– These learners are more objective and
reason logically their decisions.
• Sensor
– These l...
The Theory of
Multiple Intelligences
the ability to create an effective product or offer a
service that is valued in a cu...
Multiple
Intelligences
REFERENCES:
Acero, Victoria, et.al. (2000). Principles and Strategies of Teaching. Rex Bookstore
Publishing. Manila, Phili...
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Learner: Definition and theories of learning, Student’s Learning Style, and Theory of Multiple Intelligences

  1. 1. MODULE 2 COMPONENTS OF EFFECTIVE TEACHING Lesson 2: The Learner KIMPEE I. BLAHING BSEd Biology – 3rd Yr. 1st Semester 2013
  2. 2. MODULE 2: COMPONENTS OF EFFECTIVE TEACHING Lesson 2: The Learner A.Definition and theories of learning B.Student’s Learning Style C.Theory of Multiple Intelligences
  3. 3. Definition and theories of learning Behaviorism Ivan Pavlov – Classical Conditioning B.F. Skinner – Operant Conditioning John B. Watson Edward Thorndike - Connectionism
  4. 4. •Abraham Maslow The Hierarchy of Needs Definition and theories of learning
  5. 5. Definition and theories of learning Cognitive Approach Cognitive Learning Theories includes: •Gestalt Psychology – Insight Theory •Edward Toleman – Purposive Behaviorism •Albert Bandura – Observational Learning; and •Jean Piaget – Theory of Cognitive Development
  6. 6. Student’s Learning Style What is a “learning style”? • “The way that he or she concentrates on, processes, internalizes, and remembers new and difficult information or skills”. –Dr. Rita Dunn, St. John’s University
  7. 7. • “Characteristic cognitive, affective, and physiological behaviors that serve as relatively stable indicators of how learners perceive, interact with, and respond to the learning environment”. –James W. Keefe Student’s Learning Style What is a “learning style”?
  8. 8. Student’s Learning Style Learning Style - In Simple Terms Conceptual Understanding • Children learn through a combination of these elements: – Physiological – Cognitive – Affective
  9. 9. Physiological Elements • Physiological elements are primarily biologically-based and vary depending on the learner’s reaction to the physical environment. –Environmental Elements –Emotional Elements –Sociological Elements –Physical Elements. Conceptual Understanding
  10. 10. Cognitive Elements • Brain Dominance • Conceptual Tempo • Mind styles • Psychological Differentiation • Modality • Multiple Intelligences Conceptual Understanding
  11. 11. Brain Dominance What is the way in which the brain analyzes information? •Analytical •Global •Integrated Conceptual Tempo •Impulsive •Reflexive Mindstyles •Concrete Sequential •Abstrate Random
  12. 12. Psychological Differentiation Modality Multiple Intelligences •Visual •Auditory •Tactile •Kinesthetic •Field Dependence •Field Independence
  13. 13. Affective Elements • Affective elements are the motivational forces within a learner typically viewed as stimulating and guiding behavior. –Conceptual Level –Psychological Types Conceptual Understanding
  14. 14. Conceptual Level • High –These students are more independent. They enjoy individual projects, problem solving, and a choice of assignments. • Low –These see environment as fixed and rigid. They are not able to look at alternative solutions to problems.
  15. 15. Psychological Types • Thinker – These learners are more objective and reason logically their decisions. • Sensor – These learners relate best to the real world and concrete experiences. • Feeler – These learners make decisions based more on their emotions and insight than reason. • Intuitor – These learners relate to the world through intuition. They are more global and more apt to dislike detailed work.
  16. 16. The Theory of Multiple Intelligences the ability to create an effective product or offer a service that is valued in a culture; a set of skills that make it possible for a person to solve problems in life; the potential for finding or creating solutions for problems, which involves gathering new knowledge For Gardner, intelligence is:
  17. 17. Multiple Intelligences
  18. 18. REFERENCES: Acero, Victoria, et.al. (2000). Principles and Strategies of Teaching. Rex Bookstore Publishing. Manila, Philippines Acero, Victorina, et.al. (2004). Human Growth, Development, and Learning..Rex Bookstore, Inc. Manila, Philippines. childrensministry. Learning Styles. Retrieved on Saturday 21June 2013 at http://www.slideshare.net/childrensministry/learning-styles?from_search=1 Howard Gardners’s Multipple Intelligence. Retrieved last June 30, 2013 Sunday from http://www.pbs.org/wnet/gperf/education/ed_mi_overview.html Keesee, Gayla. Learning Theories & the Net Generation. Retrieved on Sat 22 June 2013 at http://www.slideshare.net/gskeesee/learning-theories-341414?from_search=1 Salandanan, Gloria G.(2009). Methods of Teaching. Lorimar Publishing,Inc., Metro Manila, Philippines Vera, Veronica. Multiple intelligences. Retrieved last Saturday June 22, 2013 at http://www.slideshare.net/verovera78/multiple-intelligneces-final?from_search=7

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