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Learning Theory:

Timeframe:
Definition:

Type of Learning:
unclearly defined
Learner Cognition:
Influencing Factors:
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Learning theories infographic

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Learning theories infographic

  1. 1. Learning Theory: Timeframe: Definition: Type of Learning: unclearly defined Learner Cognition: Influencing Factors: Role of Memory: The question: Strategies: On line Suitability: Behavioral “study behaviors” 1950s & 1960s Reacting to external stimuli. Task Based Passive. Associations between behaviors Repetition connected to reward/punishment. how does reward/punishment change behavior? rote memorization skill development. Requires step by step demonstrations. Rewards clearly published. Traditional assessment. Limited in scope. Restrictive learning value Cognitive “study the mind” 1960s & 1970s Acquire and store information. Reasoning, objectives, problem solving Active. Existing schemata and experiences Encode, store and retrieval how does memory work and store information? Advance organizers: Plan, organize & evaluate. Multiple learning styles. Use of multiple materials. Chunked information. Black box opened and used. Good learning value Constructivist “create new knowledge” 1980s Constructing with prior knowledge based on experience, & beliefs. Social and Active & Social. Engaging, participatory, & social Prior knowledge mixed with new How does a person interact with Environment and the world? Critically think & reflect. Experience + context Teacher engagement Social opportunity learning Self, team and teacher assessment. Excellent learning value References: Stavredes, T. (2011) Online teaching: Foundations and strategies for student success, 1e. Ch 5 Alzaghoul, F. A., (2009) The implication of the learning theories on implementing e-learning courses. The research bulletin ACM. Vol II (II). Retrieved from http://ijj.acm.org/volumes/volume2/issue2/ijjvol2no5.pdf

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