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  • 1. COGNITIVISM Kate E
  • 2. Cognitivism Table of ContentsWhat is it?TheoristsCognitivism for TeachersCognitivism for StudentsReferences
  • 3. What is it?Replaced behaviorismPeople’s actions result from theirthoughtsHow the brain interprets the world
  • 4. What is it continued…How people learnHow people thinkExplore the mind
  • 5. TheoristsKurt Lewin – group/social interactionGagne – conditions of learningBloom – high order thinkingLawrence Kohlberg – moral developmentJean Piaget – groundbreaker of child psychological development
  • 6. KohlbergInfluenced by PiagetBorn in 1927; attended Andover AcademyBA in psychology – University of ChicagoTaught at U of C and HarvardDoctorate in psychology
  • 7. Kohlberg“Heinz Steals the Drugs”PreconventionalConventionalPostconventionalEach stage has two subcategories
  • 8. Cognitivism for TeachersUnderstand why students obey/disobeyPredict student’s reactions to directionsWith technology teachers can predict if…• Students will (not) observe copyright rules• Students will (not) plagiarize• Students will understand information on websites
  • 9. Cognitivism for TeachersTeachers should:• Emphasize main idea• Build on past lessons• Check student progress often• Have students perform several different examples
  • 10. Cognitivism for StudentsStudents will:• Understand how they learn best• Understand their thought process• Understand how to study
  • 11. Cognitivism for Students Cont…Students will learn the bestway to:• Understand computer programs• Interpret information on websites• Use computer hardware
  • 12. ReferencesLearning Theories Knowledgebase (2012, April). Cognitivism at Learning-Theories.com. Retrieved April 6th, 2012 fromhttp://www.learning-theories.com/cognitivism.htmlAtherton J S (2011) Learning and Teaching; Cognitive theories of learning [On-line: UK] retrieved 6 April 2012from http://www.learningandteaching.info/learning/cognitive.htmJorda, M. & Campbell, S. (n.d.). Cognitivism and Constructivism. Florida Atlantic University. Retrieved fromhttp://www.coe.fau.edu/faculty/cafolla/courses/eme6051/cognitivism.htm.Daniels, V. (n.d.). Kurt Lewin Notes. Victor Daniels’ website in the psychology department at Somona University. Retrieved fromhttp://www.sonoma.edu/users/d/daniels/lewinnotes.html.Penn State. (n.d.). Gangé conditions of learning. Retrieved from http://www.personal.psu.edu/wxh139/gagne.htm.Crain, W.C. (1985). Theories of Development. Prentice-Hall. pp. 118-136. Retrieved fromhttp://faculty.plts.edu/gpence/html/kohlberg.htm.Kolk, Melinda. rodinthinker1.jpg. April 2003. Pics4Learning. 6 Apr 2012 http://pics.tech4learning.comCuesta College (n.d.). Memory Enhancement. Retrieved from http://academic.cuesta.edu/acasupp/as/264.htm.[ajc31366]. (2011, May 22). Cognitivism. Retrieved from www.youtube.com