Learning Theories: An Educational Perspective

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Learning Theories: An Educational Perspective

Learning Theories: An Educational Perspective

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One of the most significant learning theories is the theory of social learning put forth by psychologist Albert Bandura in 1977, when his influential book Social Learning Theory was published. As Bower (2017) notes the ratings assigned are “coarse generalizations, and there may be quite a variety of possibilities along each polarity for each pedagogy, depending on how the teacher and students engage in the task.

Take the first steps toward a fulfilling career in academia, childcare, child psychology, or a related field with a regionally accredited Bachelor of Arts degree in Early Childhood Education. We finish the article by elaborating the remarkable parallelism between the discussion about interactive learning environments and science education.

For example “if the activity is to be completed socially rather than individually, then technologies with communication capabilities will most likely be required.

Instruction is viewed as the “shaping” of behavior, and applications to instructional techniques are provided. Much of the detail of this chapter is devoted to the modeling processes that are critical to social cognitive theory and its application to instruction. He teaches graduate courses in learning, motivation, and educational psychology, and undergraduate courses in foundations for learning and educational psychology. After reading this book, I gained not only a better understanding of the variety of learning theories and associated topics, but also an appreciation of the complexity of the subject and the variety of perspectives from which it has evolved.The next four chapters present theories of learning: behaviourism, social cognitive theory, information processing theory, and constructivism.

There are five learning “architectures” which discovery learning comprises: Case-based learning; Incidental learning; Learning by exploring; Learning by reflection; and Simulation-based learning.learning means “acquiring knowledge and skills and having them readily available from memory so you can make sense of future problems and opportunities. For example, according to one study, “Due to the affinity that Generation Z learners show toward technology advances and supporting social learning tools, the overall teaching-learning experience was perceived [as] more positive and rewarding.

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