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  • Teaching and Learning Theories for Instructional DevelopmentLOGO Prachyanun Nilsook, Ph.D prachyanunn@kmutnb.ac.th http://www.prachyanun.com King Mongkut’s University of Technology North Bangkok
  • www.prachyanun.com Contents1 Behaviorism2 Cognitivism3 Constructivism4 Connectivism prachyanunn@kmutnb.ac.th
  • http://www.prachyanun.comComparison
  • http://www.prachyanun.com BehaviorismIvan Pavlov  Classical conditioningEdward ThorndikeEdward C. TolmanClark L. HullBurrhus Frederic Skinner  Operant conditioning
  • http://www.prachyanun.com Programmed InstructionB.F. Skinner Teaching Machine Programmed Instruction
  • http://www.prachyanun.comCognitive Science
  • http://www.prachyanun .comCognitivism
  • http://www.prachyanun .comInformation Processing Theory
  • http://www.prachyanun .comSTM – LTM - SM
  • http://www.prachyanun.com Social Development TheoryLev Semenovich Vygotsky: Social Development Theory
  • http://www.prachyanun.com Social Learning TheoryAlbert Bandura
  • Theory of Meaningful Learning and http://www.prachyanun .com Assimilation Theory
  • http://www.prachyanun.comDual Coding Theory (A. Paivio)
  • http://www.prachyanun .comExperiential Learning (C. Rogers)
  • http://www.prachyanun .com Cognitive Flexibility TheoryRand Spiro
  • http://www.prachyanun .com Cognitive Load TheoryJohn Sweller
  • http://www.prachyanunComponent Display Theory (M.D. .com Merrill)
  • http://www.prachyanun .comReigeluths Elaboration Theory
  • http://www.prachyanun .com Triarchic theory of intelligenceRobert Jeffrey Sternberg
  • http://www.prachyanun .comGuilfords Structure of Intellect (SI) theory
  • http://www.prachyanunTaxonomy for Educational .com Objectives
  • http://www.prachyanun .com Bruner’s Discovery LearningBruner’s (1966) theory of instruction has four major principles:Motivation  Activation  Maintenance  DirectionStructureSequenceReinforcement
  • http://www.prachyanun .comGagne’ Nine Events of Instruction
  • http://www.prachyanun .comKeller’s ARCS Model
  • http://www.prachyanun .comGagne’ and Keller’s ARCS Model
  • www.prachyanun.comConstructivism prachyanunn@kmutnb.ac.th
  • www.prachyanun.comMaejo Constructivism prachyanunn@kmutnb.ac.th
  • www.prachyanun.comBahaviorist and Constructivist prachyanunn@kmutnb.ac.th
  • www.prachyanun.comSocial Constructivism prachyanunn@kmutnb.ac.th
  • www.prachyanun.comConstructivism & Constructionism prachyanunn@kmutnb.ac.th
  • www.prachyanun.comHoward Gardner prachyanunn@kmutnb.ac.th
  • www.prachyanun.comGeorge Siemens prachyanunn@kmutnb.ac.th
  • www.prachyanun.comConnectivism prachyanunn@kmutnb.ac.th
  • www.prachyanun.com Questions prachyanunn@kmutnb.ac.th
  • Guest SpearkerLOGO Prachyanun Nilsook, Ph.DDivision of Information and Communication Technology for Education Faculty of Technical EducationKing Mongkut’s University of Technology North Bangkok (KMUTNB) prachyanunn@kmutnb.ac.th http://www.prachyanun.com