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A talk about popular learning theories as well as a newcomer Connectivism. Didn't go very well. Too much of the wrong info :(

A talk about popular learning theories as well as a newcomer Connectivism. Didn't go very well. Too much of the wrong info :(

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    • Changing Theories of Learning Dan Craig Seoul National University [email_address]
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    • Talking Points
      • Epistemology
      • Learning Theories
        • Behaviorism
        • Cognitivism
        • Constructivism
        • Connectivism
      • Instructional Theories
      • Implications for Language Instruction
    • Epistemology
      • What is the nature of knowledge?
        • Is it external or internal?
        • Is it ethereal or constructed?
        • Who owns knowledge?
    • Epistemology (2)
      • How is knowledge acquired?
        • How do we learn?
      • What can we know?
        • Is it possible to know anything? What the “knowing” mean?
    • Learning Theories
      • What are learning theories?
      • What are they good for?
      • Popular theories of learning
        • Behaviorism
        • Cognitivism
        • Constructivism
        • Connectivism
    • Behaviorism
      • How does learning occur?
        • Sensory impressions
        • Stimulus  Response  Consequence
      • How do we know that learning takes place?
        • Observable change in behavior
      • How does transfer occur?
        • Similar stimuli
    • Cognitivism
      • How does learning occur?
        • Connections are made between old and new information in meaningful interactions.
      • How do know that learning takes place?
        • Synthesis of information
      • How does transfer occur?
        • Through exposure to similar contexts
    • Constructivism
      • How does learning occur?
        • Through interactions between the learner and society
      • How do know that learning takes place?
        • Ability to perform in a situation
      • How does transfer occur?
        • Through participation in similar situations
    • Connectivism
      • How does learning occur?
        • Interaction with and between your network
      • How do know that learning takes place?
        • Ability to utilize your network to solve a problem.
      • How does transfer occur?
        • Through applying and modifying your network for the new situation
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    • Instructional Theories
      • What is an instructional theory?
      • Differences between learning and instructional theories
      • Influence they have on one another
    • Instructional Theories (2)
      • How instruction should be designed
      • Focus on “getting the job done”
      • Strict approaches
      • Eclectic approaches
    • Language Learning Potential
      • Encourage autonomous learning
      • Exposure to authentic language
      • Opportunities for interaction
      • Sense of community
    • Language Learning Concerns
      • How much can we off-load?
      • Is it culturally feasible?
    • Conclusion
      • Better roads?
      • Big 3
      • Connectivism
      • Application
      • Good recent article on Connectivism
      • Thank you very much!
      • Any Questions?
      Daniel Craig [email_address] http://danielcraig.com http://iucall.blogspot.com
    • Attributes
      • Grass path
      • Dirt road
      • Old paved road
      • Long highway
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