Learning Theory in School Situations

Learning Theory in School Situations was first published in 1949.

Learning Theory in School Situations

Author: Esther Jeannette Swenson

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Learning Theory in School Situations was first published in 1949. Minnesota Archive Editions uses digital technology to make long-unavailable books once again accessible, and are published unaltered from the original University of Minnesota Press editions.

Essential Learning Theories

This book ends with a description of lesson planning that is set in the various theoretical contexts and includes a guide for defining an educational philosophy.

Essential Learning Theories

Author: Andrew P. Johnson

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers

ISBN: 1475852711

Page: 140

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Research-based theories provide the basis for good decision-making in education. As well, teacher effectiveness and student learning are enhanced when research-based theories are used to design curriculum and daily lessons. This book examines human learning in the context of four types of research-based learning theories: neurological learning theories, behavioral learning theories, cognitive learning theories, and transformative learning theories. With each theory, the basic elements are described along with specific classroom applications. The writing style makes these concepts readily accessible to readers of all levels of experience and expertise. This book is appropriate for preservice teachers who are seeking to comprehend the basic ideas behind these theories. It is appropriate for practicing teachers who want to understand and apply these theories at increasingly higher levels. It is also appropriate for decision-makers or anybody else who wants to understand human learning and educational processes. This book ends with a description of lesson planning that is set in the various theoretical contexts and includes a guide for defining an educational philosophy.

Handbook of Research on Applied Learning Theory and Design in Modern Education

Most approaches in the domain of multicultural education try to respond to the
increasing cultural diversity of the ... likely to be activated in most social and
school situations and as manageable and, to some extent, controllable
processes.

Handbook of Research on Applied Learning Theory and Design in Modern Education

Author: Railean, Elena

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 1466696354

Page: 866

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The field of education is in constant flux as new theories and practices emerge to engage students and improve the learning experience. Research advances help to make these improvements happen and are essential to the continued improvement of education. The Handbook of Research on Applied Learning Theory and Design in Modern Education provides international perspectives from education professors and researchers, cyberneticists, psychologists, and instructional designers on the processes and mechanisms of the global learning environment. Highlighting a compendium of trends, strategies, methodologies, technologies, and models of applied learning theory and design, this publication is well-suited to meet the research and practical needs of academics, researchers, teachers, and graduate students as well as curriculum and instructional design professionals.

Teaching Learning and Psychology

Presenting a range of psychological theories in a non-technical and readable style, this book shows how psychology can be used to effectively deliver educational objectives and enhance children’s learning.

Teaching  Learning and Psychology

Author: Jane Yeomans

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 113505634X

Page: 212

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Presenting a range of psychological theories in a non-technical and readable style, this book shows how psychology can be used to effectively deliver educational objectives and enhance children’s learning. Linking theory with practical application, the authors consider the wider role that schools can play in the social development of children through: teaching and managing individual pupils teaching and managing groups of pupils the teacher as part of an organisation and school system the teacher as part of the community of the school and area. Structured to reflect the standards for QTS and relevant for key stages 1-4, this book shows how understanding the psychological theories underpinning pedagogy can help both trainee and practising teachers become reflective and informed practitioners when faced with new and challenging teaching situations.

Designing for Learning

Introducing CLD — Constructivist Learning Design — a new and different way of thinking about learning and teaching.

Designing for Learning

Author: George W. Gagnon

Publisher: Corwin Press

ISBN: 9780761921592

Page: 167

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Introducing CLD — Constructivist Learning Design — a new and different way of thinking about learning and teaching.

Educational Psychology

Reflective practice is woven throughout the text using real classroom examples, and features such as "Analyze This Lesson Plan" and "How Can I Use This" to encourage probing and examining in order to find a solution.

Educational Psychology

Author: Angela M. O'Donnell

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1118076133

Page: 672

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O'Donnell's latest issue of Educational Psychology: Reflection for Action 3rd Edition has the reflective practice framework that teaches skills necessary to know how to connect the theory to various situations. This issue teaches critical thinking and reflective practice skills that are essential to long-term success and growth. Reflective practice is woven throughout the text using real classroom examples, and features such as "Analyze This Lesson Plan" and "How Can I Use This" to encourage probing and examining in order to find a solution.

Learning Theories A to Z

Defines more than five hundred terms relating to theories of learning in elementary education, higher education, and industrial education and training.

Learning Theories  A to Z

Author: David C. Leonard

Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group

ISBN: 9781573564137

Page: 249

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Defines more than five hundred terms relating to theories of learning in elementary education, higher education, and industrial education and training.

Resources in Education

Descriptors—Cooperative Planning, 'Curriculum Development, Educational
Innovation, Educational Theories, ... schools and circumstances affecting the
school board's decision to implement mastery learning; discusses program
assumptions; ...

Resources in Education

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Discussion based Online Teaching to Enhance Student Learning

This is a book for all educators and administrators in higher education, in any discipline, engaged in, or contemplating offering, online classes that involve discussion or collaborative learning.

Discussion based Online Teaching to Enhance Student Learning

Author: Tisha Bender

Publisher: Stylus Publishing, LLC.

ISBN: 9781579220655

Page: 206

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As online courses proliferate, teachers increasingly realize that they have to connect with their students as they would in face-to-face classes. They have to provide true opportunities for inspirational and meaningful learning, rather than a sterile experience of clicking within a labyrinth of links. With the specific purpose of switching emphasis from the technical issues of online teaching to the human implications of teaching and learning through the Internet, Tisha Bender draws on her extensive research, her training of online faculty, and her own online teaching experience, to create a fresh vision of online pedagogy. Discussion-Based Online Teaching to Enhance Student Learning consists of three parts: Theory Practice Assessment The author shows how she applies learning theories to online discussion-based courses. She presents a wealth of suggestions and techniques, illustrated by real examples, for stimulating and managing online discussion effectively, and for improving teaching practices. The book concludes with methods for assessing the efficacy of online courses. This accessible and comprehensive book offers an engaging and practical approach to online teaching that is rooted in the author's experience and enthusiasm for creating a virtual environment that engages students and fosters their deep learning. This is a book for all educators and administrators in higher education, in any discipline, engaged in, or contemplating offering, online classes that involve discussion or collaborative learning. It is relevant both to faculty teaching a hybrid and face-to-face classes, and courses conducted entirely online.

The Theory Practice of Teaching

This book examines theoretical issues underlying teaching such as the changing environment and ethics; explores teaching methods, including didactic, socratic and experimental and mentoring and considers the issues of assessment of learning ...

The Theory   Practice of Teaching

Author: Peter Jarvis

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 9780749434090

Page: 214

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Designed to help readers understand the techniques, theories and methods of teaching. This book examines theoretical issues underlying teaching such as the changing environment and ethics; explores teaching methods, including didactic, socratic and experimental and mentoring and considers the issues of assessment of learning.

Research in Education

The series , " Young Children Learning " , is designed to express current
educational theory in terms of the practical work of ... The books include recent
research into the ways in which children develop and learn and examples from
classroom ...

Research in Education

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Educational Theory

This theory fails to develop initiative in coping with new situations . This follows
from the concept that it is the stimulus exclusively which governs the response .
This theory emphasizes drill at the expense of understanding . This follows from
the ...

Educational Theory

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Model directed Learning Albert Bandura s Social Cognitive Learning Theory and its Social psychological Significance for School and Instruction

Researching this topic will serve as a reflection for my goal to become a teacher. I would like to emphasize that this work does solely focus on central general scientific data.

Model directed Learning  Albert Bandura   s Social Cognitive Learning Theory and its Social psychological Significance for School and Instruction

Author: Liwia Kolodziej

Publisher: GRIN Verlag

ISBN: 3656881286

Page: 23

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Seminar paper from the year 2006 in the subject Pedagogy - Science, Theory, Anthropology, grade: 1,7, University of Wuppertal, course: Theory of Learning, language: English, abstract: This term paper explores the subject „Model-directed Learning, Albert Bandura’s Social Cognitive Learning Theory and its social-psychological Significance for School and Instruction“. The topic touches on several complex scientific areas that cannot be exhaustively discussed and in part can only contribute in a more generalized form to the scope of this term paper. Hence, there is the challenge of setting boundaries at first. The main focus of this paper is on the social cognitive learning theory according to Albert Bandura, with its central statements serving as the theoretical foundation of the paper as a whole. The aim is to investigate, which basic principles Bandura is adopting from human behavior, how he does explain and analyze this approach. This theoretical rationale should be set up in the socio-psychological context of school and instruction. Hence, a main goal of this paper is to establish a theory-practice relevance. In other words, the focus is to investigate which consequences are arising from the social cognitive learning theory for school, teaching, education, and studying. A key aspect of the social cognitive learning theory is model-based learning, thus, the assumption that human learning can happen through observation and imitation of others. In a society, in which humans strive for individuality and originality, imitation and simulation are associated with negative characteristics. Nevertheless, imitation behavior plays an important role even in every day situations. A person’s aggressive behavior or drug habit is often rationalized with the assumption that this behavior was copied from friends, or was due to the influence of others, or being surrounded with the wrong people. This term paper attempts to show the scientific reasoning behind this “everyday wisdom”, to in part rebut and analyze it. Social-psychological aspects in school and instruction will be used to characterize the relationship between social interactions at school, social learning at school, and learning through imitation, including the role of teacher behavior in this context. Researching this topic will serve as a reflection for my goal to become a teacher. I would like to emphasize that this work does solely focus on central general scientific data. Of course, many of these results can be refined in a way that is specific to a situation

Critical Theory and Classroom Talk

The book uses classroom transcripts extensively in the analysis.

Critical Theory and Classroom Talk

Author: Robert Young

Publisher: Multilingual Matters

ISBN: 9781853591259

Page: 141

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An application of Young's Habermasian critical theory of education to classroom communication problems of teachers in schools, with a special focus on the question/answer cycle and its educational role. The book uses classroom transcripts extensively in the analysis.

Educational Psychology

These theories tend to represent the particular investigator ' s point of view , and
grew out of studies of some aspect of the total learning situation in which it
occurred . Some are interested in the initial aspects of learning ; others are
interested ...

Educational Psychology

Author: Karl Claudius Garrison

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Pedagogy Education and Praxis in Critical Times

This book critically explores urgent questions that researchers, educators, and policy makers need to consider and address in order to better our understanding and capacity to transform education.

Pedagogy  Education  and Praxis in Critical Times

Author: Kathleen Mahon

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9811569266

Page: 193

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This book critically explores urgent questions that researchers, educators, and policy makers need to consider and address in order to better our understanding and capacity to transform education. Focusing on areas that underpin the empirical, theoretical, and strategic research of the Pedagogy, Education and Praxis (PEP) International Research Network, it discusses the following topics: the nature of educational praxis; research approaches that facilitate praxis and praxis development; changing cultural, social, political and material conditions affecting the educational practices of teachers; and how good professional practice in teaching, leading, and professional learning are understood and experienced. Presenting findings emerging from the Pedagogy, Education and Praxis research, the book raises new questions and offers new ways of thinking about the identified issues and themes in light of current educational concerns and the prevalence of neoliberal conditions being experienced in educational settings around the globe. It provides supporting evidence and illustrative examples to help readers understand important concepts, situations, and concerns, and brings together intellectual and cultural-historical traditions that, when considered in relation to each other, open up critical opportunities and ideas orienting readers towards future educational transformation.

Childhood Education

... of Research in Arithmetic 1 . Anderson , G . Lester . “ Quantitative Thinking as
Developed under Connectionist and Field Theories of Learning , ” Learning
Theory in School Situations . Minneapolis : The University of Minnesota Press ,
1949 .

Childhood Education

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Includes music.