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LEARNING THEORIES создатель Mind Map: LEARNING THEORIES

1. MEDIA ECOLOGY

1.1. THE STUDY OF HOW TECHNOLOGY AND THE INTERNET ARE BECOMING ITS OWN ENVIRONMENT IN HUMAN AFFAIRS

1.2. TECHNOLOGY IS A KEY FACTOR OF OUR MODERN SOCIETY

1.3. WE ARE CURRENTLY IN THE DIGITAL ERA WHERE MESSAGES VIA INTERNET HAVE SURPASSED ALL OTHER COMMUNICATION METHODS

1.4. IN SCHOOLS, TEACHERS CAN MONITOR SOCIAL MEDIA TO TRY TO BETTER RELATE TO THIER STUDENTS

1.5. STRONG ASSOCIATION TO CONNECTIVISM DUE TO THIER SHARED SUPPORT FOR TECHNOLOGY IN SOCIETY

2. CONNECTIVISM

2.1. PROCESS OF CREATING CONNECTIONS

2.2. LEARNING FOR THE DIGITAL AGE

2.3. STUDENTS ACESS RESOURCES AND NETWORKS RATHER THAN TRYING TO LEARNING AND MEMORIZING EVERYTHING

2.4. THE ABILITY TO FIND INFORMATION IS MORE VALUABLE THAN RETAINING KNOWLEDGE

2.5. TIED TO CONSTRUCTIVISM IN THE SENSE THAT IT HAS TO DO WITH CREATING CONNECTIONS WITHIN A LEARNER'S ENVIRONMENT

3. CONSTRUCTIVISM

3.1. USES THE PROGRESSIVE LEARNING OF SIMPLE SKILLS TO LEAD TO SOLVING ADVANCED PROBLEMS

3.2. FOCUSES ON BUILDING ONE'S OWN KNOWLEDGE FROM EXPERIENCE

3.3. IN THE CLASSROOM, GROUP PROJECTS ARE IN IMPLEMENTED TO ACHIEVE LEARNING OUTCOMES

3.4. BASED ON DISCOVERY BASED, ACTIVE LEARNING

3.5. HAS TIES TO CONNECTIVISM AND ITS BELIEF ABOUT HOW PEOPLE MUST INTERACT WITH THIER ENVIRONMENT TO LEARN

4. COGNITIVISM

4.1. THE USE OF "CHUNKING" INFORMATION INTO MANAGEABLE PIECES

4.2. CREATING BALANCED, STRUCTURED LESSON PLANS

4.3. MOTIVATION AND POSITIVE AFFECT ARE KEY FACTORS IN LEARNING

4.4. STUDIES THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF MEMORY, WHICH HELPS TEACHER'S IN MAKING SURE STUDENT'S COMMIT INFORMATION TO MEMORY

4.5. SHARES THE IDEAS OF MOTIVATION AND EMOTIONAL STIMULATION TO HELP PUPIL'S STAY FOCUSED WITH BEHAVIORISM

5. BEHAVIOURISM

5.1. REPETITION OF STIMULI TO INTERNALIZE RESPONSES

5.2. USING REINFORCEMENT, REWARD AND PUNISHMENT TO SHAPE BEHAVIOURS

5.3. IN THE CLASSROOM, BEHAVIOURISM CREATES GUIDELINES FOR DIRECT INSTRUCTION

5.4. CREATING MENTAL CUES TO "AUTOMATE" ANSWERS WITHIN THE MIND

5.5. LINKED WITH COGNITIVISM, BECAUSE BOTH DEAL HEAVILY WITH HOW THE MIND OPERATES

6. TPACK

6.1. THE PRINCIPLES BEHIND COMBINING TRADITIONAL EDUCATIONAL THEORIES AND THE USE OF TECHNOLOGY

6.2. THE HOLISTIC APPROACH TO THE :21ST CENTURY LEARNER"

6.3. COMBINING TECHNOLOGY, PEDAGOGY, AND CONTENT KNOWLEDGE INTO NEW PRACTICES

6.4. AS TEACHERS, THE CONCEPTS OF TPACK ALLOW US TO EVALUATE THE TECHNOLOGY WE USE IN OUR CLASSROOM

6.5. TPACK IS GOIN TO HAVE SIMILARITIES WITH ALL EDUCATIONAL THEORIES AS IT PERTAINS TO THE BASICS OF PEDAGOGY

7. TEACHNOLOGY

7.1. THE BELIEFS OF EDUCATORS ABOUT HOW TECHNOLOGY CAN AND SHOULD BE USED

7.2. UNDERSTANDING THAT THE USE OF TECHNOLOGY HAS DIFFERENT LEVELS AND EFFECTS

7.3. KNOWING THE REVOLUTIONARY KNEW KNOWLEDGE THAT MODERN DAY LEARNERS DESIRE

7.4. AS EDUCATORS, WE CAN BETTER UNDERSTAND WHERE WE STAND IN THE WORLD OF TECHNOLOGY AND HOW WE CAN MAKE OURSELVES BETTER TEACHERS USING TECHNOLOGY

7.5. BORN FROM THE IDEAS OF TPACK, IT SHARES ALL OF ITS CONCEPTS REGARDING TECHNOLOGY