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Principles of Teaching and Learning

Bandura Social Learning Theory-Children learn and imitate behaviors they have seen in other people.
Bruner Learning is an active process in which learners construct new ideas or concepts based upon their current/past knowledge. The learner selects and transforms information, constructs hypotheses, and makes decisions, relying on a cognitive structure to do so.
Dewey Progressive educational reforms. Said you learn by doing. One of the fathers of education.
Piaget Swiss Psychologist, father of education (Cognition). Stage theorist-starting at birth, children go through stages that build on each other. Model describes how humans go about making sense of their world by gathering and organizing information.
Vygotsky Social context of learning - importance of having a teacher. Cultural context is everything. (other countries go to school 6 days and homework 3 hours). ZPD (balance between too hard & too easy.
Kohlberg Theory of moral development (based in part on Piaget's ideas). Stages of moral development.
Bloom Taxonomy of learning domain-orders of higher thinking (pyramid)
Gardner Multiple intelligences-musical–rhythmic, visual–spatial, verbal–linguistic, logical–mathematical, bodily–kinesthetic, interpersonal, intrapersonal, and naturalistic.
Created by: Yertle