Theories%20of%20Learning

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Theory vs. Model Theory vs. Model Theory – A phenomenon that has been repeatedly proven over time. (ex. Theory of gravity) Model – A pictorial representation of a theory (ex. Costa’s model in your packet)
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Theories on Learning Theories on Learning Development Piaget Maslow Psychological Behavioral Pavlov Skinner Ecological
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Developmental Theory Developmental Theory Theorists Piaget Erickson Kohlberg Chomsky Principles The “whole child” encompasses cognitive, language, social/emotional, and physical aspects Children are expected to perform certain behaviors at certain crucial ages While children pass through stages , they may not do it at the same time (atypical development) Application to students with disabilities Students with disabilities have atypical development Teachers who advocate developmental theory teach to the developmental level of the child
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Psychological Theory Psychological Theory
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