Thursday, 28 Oct 2021
Category: Facilitating Learning

Albert Bandura’s Social Learning

Between the two theories, I choose Albert Bandura’s Social Learning. I think this theory is relevant to facilitating learning since teachers serves as the facilitator of learnings inside the classroom. Students learn from teachers through their social interactions.

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Use and Implications Facilitating Learning

Piaget’s stage of cognitive development has uses and implications on learning. Piaget’s theory has a major impact on education especially on how teachers handle or facilitates learners. Through the stages of cognitive development by Piaget helped to create and build a vision wherein they give more focus on giving attention on the idea of developing […]

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Learners – Centered Psychological Principles of Learning

There are 14 learners-centered psychological principles of learning. The first principle is the nature of the learning process. Learning process talks about various methods or practices that learners should give focus to foster their learnings in particular subject. In order for students to attain knowledge, they are learning in process to sharpen their minds more. […]

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COGNITIVE PERSPECTIVE

GESTALT PSYCHOLOGY/THEORY- means “form “or “configuration”. WOLFGANG KOHLER, MARK WETHEIMER AND KURT KOFFKA – Concluded that learners who are perceivers are not passive. They collect information and activity process it or restructure the data in order to understand it.

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NEO-BEHAVIORISM

EDWARD TOLMAN’S – purposive behaviorism referred to as Sign Learning Theory. The link between cognitive and behaviorism theory. As a cognitive process, learning involves forming beliefs and obtaining knowledge about the environment and then revealing that knowledge through purposeful and goal-directed behavior.

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DEVELOPMENTAL AND SOCIAL FACTORS

Developmental influences on learning. As individuals develop, there are different opportunities, and constraints for learning. Learning is most effective when differential development within and across physical, intellectual, emotional and social domains is taken into account.

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