Learning Theories that
Shaped Technology
Integration
Perspective of Learning
Behaviorist Perspective
Cognitivist Perspective
Constructivist Perspective
•Behaviorist Perspective
Learner acquired behaviors, skills and
knowledge in response to the:
-Rewards (Positive Reinforce...
•Behaviorist Perspective
Characteristic of Behaviorism
- Learning takes place through
observation of one’s behavior
- Psyc...
•Behaviorist Perspective
Reinforcement Theory
-Behaviors that are followed by
reinforcement is more likely to
occur in the...
•Behaviorist Perspective
Programmed Instruction
-A technique of leading a learner
through a series of instructional
step t...
•Cognitivist Perspective
-Learning takes place as a mental
operation when information enters
through senses, undergoes men...
•Cognitivist Perspective
Piaget’s concepts for
cognitivism
Schemata
Assimilation
Accommodation
•Cognitivist Perspective
Schemata
-Mental structures by which
individuals organize their
perceived environment.
•Cognitivist Perspective
Assimilation
-Cognitive process which
learner integrates new
information and experiences
into his...
•Cognitivist Perspective
Accommodation
-Process of modifying existing
schemata or creating new ones.
•Constructivists Perspective
Individuals construct their own
understanding of the world in
which they live.
Reference
Educational Technology 1 by Wilhelmina G. Borjal Ed. D.
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  1. 1. Learning Theories that Shaped Technology Integration
  2. 2. Perspective of Learning Behaviorist Perspective Cognitivist Perspective Constructivist Perspective
  3. 3. •Behaviorist Perspective Learner acquired behaviors, skills and knowledge in response to the: -Rewards (Positive Reinforcement) -Punishment (Negative Reinforcement) -Withheld Responses ( No Reinforcement) Associated with the learners action or behavior.
  4. 4. •Behaviorist Perspective Characteristic of Behaviorism - Learning takes place through observation of one’s behavior - Psychological researchers began to study learner’s response to stimuli.
  5. 5. •Behaviorist Perspective Reinforcement Theory -Behaviors that are followed by reinforcement is more likely to occur in the future implying that they are learned.
  6. 6. •Behaviorist Perspective Programmed Instruction -A technique of leading a learner through a series of instructional step to a desired level of performance.
  7. 7. •Cognitivist Perspective -Learning takes place as a mental operation when information enters through senses, undergoes mental manipulation, is stored and is finally used. -Cognitivists create a mental model of short-term memory and long-term memory.
  8. 8. •Cognitivist Perspective Piaget’s concepts for cognitivism Schemata Assimilation Accommodation
  9. 9. •Cognitivist Perspective Schemata -Mental structures by which individuals organize their perceived environment.
  10. 10. •Cognitivist Perspective Assimilation -Cognitive process which learner integrates new information and experiences into his or her existing schemata.
  11. 11. •Cognitivist Perspective Accommodation -Process of modifying existing schemata or creating new ones.
  12. 12. •Constructivists Perspective Individuals construct their own understanding of the world in which they live.
  13. 13. Reference Educational Technology 1 by Wilhelmina G. Borjal Ed. D.
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