Learning Theories

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Social Studies
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Psychology

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Learning Theories

Albert BanduraConcept: Social Learning Theory is learning through the observation of other people.Classroom: Example: Debating a topic. Then have the debators switch sides and debate the opposite of what they defended initally.Processes: Attention, Retention, Reproduction, Motivation.Lesson Designing: Keep in mind the processes students need to go through in order to remain motivated and retain information from the lesson

Willhelm Wundt/Jean PiagetConcept: How information is recieved, organized, stored and retried by the mind (like a computer)Classroom Example: Graphic Organizers. Starting off class with a "hook." Reivew Quiz.Learning Designing: Flash Cards/Sorting GamesBe focused with the process and not the end product. Having a balance between guiding a child and allowing them to explore.

John DeweyConcept: Learners construct their own meaning by asking questions and interacting with the environment around them.Classroom Example: Higher-order thinking (Webquests). Interaction with problems.Lesson Designing: Create meaning in the lesson for the students by telling them why they are learning this.

SOCIAL LEARNING THEORY

CONSTRUCTIVISM

B.F. Skinnger/Ivan Pavlov/Edward Thorndike/John B. WatsonConcept: Behavior can be controlled or modified based on the environment and consequences of said behavior.Classroom Example: Rewards/Punishments for appropriate behvaior. (Getting lunch detention for not completing homework)Lesson Designing: Reward positive behavior from students who are modeling good behavior in order to encourage students who do otherwise.

BEHAVIORISM

COGNITIVISM

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