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TOP THEORIES & LEARNING APPROACHES 1 My Top Theories and Learning Approaches Brittney Strausbough Instructor Jessica Horn ECE 101: Early Childhood Education May 8, 2017
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TOP THEORIES & LEARNING APPROACHES 2 My Top Theories and Learning Approaches Gardner’s Theory of Multiple Intelligences Shown in Table 1, I have sorted out the order in which I would use the theories and learning approaches in my classroom. My most favorite theory is Gardner’s theory of Multiple Intelligences. This theory describes 8 different categories of intelligences for learning. Gardner believes that educators should be able to present learning materials in different ways that will meet a child’s needs. With this theory, it can be used to teach in different ways that may appeal to a child or help them better understand the material. B.F. Skinner’s Theory of Positive Reinforcement Also, shown in Table 1, number 2, is the Theory of Positive Reinforcement. Skinner came
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