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resources explaining learning theories not listed as a subcategory, and how to use them


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    Abraham Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs - a Christian Perspective Preschool-Lifelong
    Pfeifer encourages Christians to think critically and to take the challenge of education seriously. He notes that "an examination of Maslow's hierarchy of needs theory can provide an example of Christian scholarship at work." This paper was presented...

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    Adult Learning Theories and Religious Education for SDA College Students - From Theory to Practice Tertiary-Lifelong
    Jorgensen reviews what three major theorists in the area of andragogy (adult education) support. Jorgensen then goes on to answer the question: what are implications for the teaching of Religious Education in post-compulsory education? This paper was presented...

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    An Adventist Learning Theory? A Case for a Christocentric Epistemology Based upon Imago Dei Tertiary-Lifelong
    An Adventist Learning Theory? Read Paul Brantley's presentation at the April 2001 International Conference on the Seventh-day Adventist Philosophy of Education.

  • Applying Learning Theories to Online Instructional Design Grade 9-Tertiary
    The following tutorial consists of five learning modules. Each module gives a definition, a practical application, an example of the specific theory, and a list of related theories, pedagogical practices and practical web-design strategies. Theories discussed...

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    Developing a Classroom Culture of Thinking - A Whole School Approach Kindergarten-Grade 8
    "One of the primary objectives of schooling should involve the teaching of tools for lifelong learning. As a result, many educators place a high priority on empowering students with thinking skills such as the ability to reason, to make informed judgements,...

  • Edutopia Kindergarten-Grade 12
    "Find detailed articles, in-depth case studies, research summaries, short documentary segments, expert interviews, and links" to resources and stories of innovative teaching and learning.

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    Engaging Students in Active Learning Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Marshall gives several ideas of how to engage students in active learning, which is student learning that goes beyond simply listening and memorization and involves some action on the part of the student: reading, writing, discussing, problem solving, and...

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    Epistemology of Faith and Learning - a Systems Approach Tertiary-Lifelong
    Uremovich develops a systems approach to Christian epistemology. He first looks at the classics of theology and "progressive" education. He continues by showing how the epistemological models are too reductionistic and simplistic to adequately explain...

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    Establishing Goals for a Personal Learning Strategy - Coaching Learning Grade 5-Grade 12
    "Establishing a goal, and setting out to achieve it, is common enough. However, when the process of achieving a goal becomes an exploration for developing a personal learning strategy, then the possibilities start to open up for a specific approach...

  • Explorations in Learning & Instruction Tertiary-Lifelong
    This site shares brief overviews of learning and instructional theory with links to further study. TIP is a tool intended to make learning and instructional theory more accessible to educators. The database contains brief summaries of 50 major theories of...

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    How You Learn to Drive and What it Means to Educators Preschool-Grade 12
    "The general process for learning a new skill follows a series of culminative steps. How did you learn to drive?" Eight steps are illustrated using this example, with the purpose to alert "teachers to the skill acquisition process, remind...

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    Learning Theories, Part 1, and the Christian Teacher Tertiary-Lifelong
    This two-part mini-course examines four important learning theories and perspectives on how learning takes place, application of these learning theories,and an assessment of each theory's relevance to classroom practice. The four views discussed are: operant...

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    Learning Theories, Part 2, and the Christian Teacher Tertiary-Lifelong
    This second part of a mini-course considers intellectual, moral, and social developmental theories can be used in the classroom to address a several critical aspects of human development such as: when a child is ready to learn; when the mind, body, and interest...

  • Learning Theories.com Kindergarten-Lifelong
    his knowledge base features learning theories that address how people learn. A resource useful for scholars of various fields such as educational psychology, instructional design, and human-computer interaction. Theories included: ADDIE Model of Instructions...

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    Mindful Teaching for Brain Compatibility Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Unravel the mystery of subject matter organization so students can learn it more efficiently and effectively. Students who practice being more thoughtful about their schoolwork become more efficient learners and increase their capacity to learn additional...

  • Theories and Approaches to Social Learning Theory Tertiary-Lifelong
    Hosted by the Resource Center for Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention (ReCAPP), this web page offers an overview of Social Learning Theory, a definition and rationale, a breakdown of major concepts, a case study, guidelines of how to use Social Learning Theory...