Free Essays on Teaching And Learning Theories

  1. DTLLS Applying theories and principles

    the application of theories and principles of learning and communication to inclusive learning and teaching 1. Over the years extensive research has been conducted by many by Psychologists and Scientists who sought to identify the ways in which we learn. As a result several theories have become documented...

  2. Educational Psychology, Piaget and Vygotsky Theories

    teachers can help students to develop intellectually. Significant theories in learning development include Jean Piaget’s theory of cognitive development and Lev Vygotsky’s sociocultural theory (McInerney, 2015). Piaget’s cognitive development theory focuses on structuralism and constructivism and deals with...

  3. TEACHING PRACTICE

    The question of what makes a good teacher and good teaching has resulted in an endless steam of ideas, opinions, and theories. This research work in The good teachers and good teaching will bring light to what is and when can we have good teaching as well as being good teacher. Also it will provide...

  4. u09a1 Application of Theories and Philosophy to Practice

     Application of Theories and Philosophy to Practice Theory & Method of Educating Adults ED - Section 2 Dr. Leone Snyder September 13, 2014 Tangia Miller 5925 Attala Road #2133 French Camp, MS 39745 (601) 383-3949 tmiller103@capellauniversity.edu A local university in central...

  5. Learning Styles Theory

    Coursework 2: Learning Styles Learning styles theory originated in the 1970’s and is based around the idea that people have preferences about how they like to learn. Theorists believe that each individual has a particular learning style that is best suited to them and allows them to collect and process...

  6. Theory of Caring

    Abstract I’m faced with the theory of caring, historically caring is such a simple definition, but to be quite honest there is nothing simple about it. In my paper I will be going to analyze Watson’s theory of caring. I will try to explain the structure of the theory of human caring which ties to Jean...

  7. Social Learning Theories

    area that I’m going to focus on is Social Learning Theories. The first individual I’ll look at is Bandura was because of his three concepts in which I believe in; 1) People can learn through observation. 2) Mental states are important to learning. 3) Learning does not necessarily lead to a change in behavior...

  8. A SURVEY ON THE COMMUNICATIVE APPROACH FOR FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING

    COMMUNICATIVE APPROACH FOR FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING Nowadays, with the internationalization of this world, the foreign language learning and teaching has become especially important. In fact, since foreign language study was brought to school, various language-teaching methods have been used one after another...

  9. Developmental Theories essay

    Can understanding the developmental theories and using different learning styles improve the academic success of students? Tamelyn D. Motley Liberty University ...

  10. Schema Theory and Learning ESL

     Schema Theory and Learning ESL/EFL Considerable attention has been devoted in recent theories of second language acquisition to learners' background knowledge. One of the important theories of learning is called schema theory, which has used in many studies as it has a great unique impact. This...

  11. critical issues affecting learning

    CRITICAL ISSUES AFFECTING LEARNING As health care providers we are continuously engaged in teaching, whether our clients, their families, colleagues or within our communities, we are always faced with opportunities to educate the public, and as adult students we are now challenged to expand our knowledge...

  12. Teaching English Language Learners

    Teaching English Language Learners Ron Rushia EDU 321 Cheryl Cardinal October 27, 2008 The second key principle is increased interaction. This principle is drawn from Swain’s emphasis on comprehensible output, a number of strategies have been developed that will increase students opportunities to...

  13. C&G Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector Level 3

    Elaine Scanlon Theory Assignment 1 C&G Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector Level 3 The Role of a Teacher. Part of my role as a teacher in the learning sector would be to value all my learners individually and equally and treat them with respect... In addition, my role is...

  14. DTLLS - Level 5 - Unit 405

    Unit 405 Applying Theories and Principles for Planning and Enabling inclusive Learning and Teaching Level 5 DTLLS / Diploma in Teaching in the Lifelong Learning Sector From JEZI - UK Date 27th October 2014 Unit 405 Part A Define what is meant by Theory to me it is an idea of how something works. It...

  15. Children Are Active in Constructing Their Own Learning, Discuss Relevant Theories of Development

    four theories from behaviourism, social learning theory, constructivism through to social constructivism as detailed in chapter 2 “Theories of development”. I will give an overview of each of the four theories highlighting the key features of each theory in relation to the subject of child learning supported...

  16. Five Factors for Effective Teaching

    Five Factors for Effective Teaching New Zealand Journal of Teachers’ Work, Volume 4, Issue 2, 89-98, 2007 PHILIP GURNEY ABSTRACT: In the course of a teaching career a teacher does not often have the opportunity to consider the very basic principles of his/her craft in the classroom. This article...

  17. AED 203 learning consultant/tutorialrank

    CheckPoint: Approaches to Teaching Mathematical Concepts(UOP) For more course tutorials visit www.tutorialrank.com Tutorial Purchased: 2 Times, Rating: A+ Resource: Pages 241-263 of Curriculum and Instructional Methods • Due Date: Day 5 [Individual] forum • Consider that teaching strategies and instructional...

  18. Theories of Education

    educational systems, teaching methods are the best concerns because educators have to find the way to help their students receive knowledge effectively and, therefore, apply their knowledge to practical situations. Since teachers have different academic qualifications and different learning experiences, their...

  19. Introduction to Learning Theories

    EPISODE #1 INTRODUCTION CHAPTER HOW PEOPLE LEARN: INTRODUCTION TO LEARNING THEORIES Developed by Linda-Darling Hammond, Kim Austin, Suzanne Orcutt, and Jim Rosso Stanford University School of Education 1 The Learning Classroom: Theory into Practice A Telecourse for Teacher Education and Professional...

  20. The Role, Responsiblities and Purpose of the Learning Mentor

    of the learning mentor. I will highlight, and reflect upon, strategies used in schools today to support children’s education, thus assisting them to develop skills and achieve their full potential. Learning mentoring is designed to reduce barriers to learning in individual children. The learning mentor...

  21. Humanist/Behaviorist Learning Theory Curriculum on Social Psychology

    Running head: HUMANIST/BEHAVIOR LEARNING THEORY Final Paper Humanist/Behaviorist Learning Theory Curriculum on Social Psychology B Ann Laughlin Walden University Abstract This paper focuses on humanist and behaviorist theories related to instructional design, defining terms, historical perspective...

  22. Comparison of Educational Theories

    views do you prefer and why? Different educational theories comprised by educational philosophers contain many significant elements in order to facilitate their implementation. One important quality within the foundations of an educational theory would be that of social control. Social control is a...

  23. Multimedia Approach toTeaching Learning Process

    Multimedia Approach toTeaching Learning Process Multimedia - Definition Digital integration of Text, Graphics, Animation, Audio, Still images, Motion Video. Nature of Multimedia Approach
Multi -------- Many Media ------- Techniques or methods * Multimedia approach uses a number of media...

  24. ) Establish a Safe and Supportive Learning Environment

    Unit 1 Preparing to teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector Theory assessment level 4 Question 1 Review what your role, responsibilities and boundaries as a teacher would be in terms of the teaching/training cycle. The role, responsibilities and boundaries of a teacher are ever changing a teacher...

  25. teaching plan

    TEACHING PLAN The intensive care unit (ICU) is a demanding clinical learning environment where there is a high pace and intensity of caring for patients with competing concerns. Nurses new to the intensive care environment become learners all over again and are required to attain skills including...

  26. Teaching as a Profession

    Module I: TEACHING AS A PROFESSION Professional Competency Enhancement Program for Teachers (PCEPT) NATIONAL ACADEMY OF HIGHER EDUCATION (NAHE) Learning Innovation Division Higher Education Commission (HEC) MODULE DEVELOPERS Team Leader Prof. Dr. Mohammad Aslam Adeeb Dean faculty of Education...

  27. Learning Theories for Post Compulsory Education

    EEL320 Assessment 1 Provide a summary of the two theories that you have chosen, and discuss why they are relevant in your teaching context. The two theories chosen are the two main strands of constructivism, being cognitive constructivism and social constructivism. At the core, constructivism...

  28. The Discoverer of the Theory of General Relativity

    effect * Mass-energy equivalence * Quantification of the Brownian motion * Einstein field equations * Bose–Einstein statistics * Unified Field Theory | Spouse | * Mileva Marić (1903–1919) * Elsa Löwenthal, née Einstein, (1919–1936) | Awards | * Nobel Prize in Physics (1921) * Copley...

  29. Teaching Model

    Model For Teaching Delisa Alsup Walden University Dr. Ryan EDUC 6610: Teacher as Professional 03/21/2010 Model for Teaching As Dr. Marzano emphasizes in Video Program Four, to be an effective teacher, you must have a model for teaching. (Laureate) After...

  30. Teaching with style

    Teaching With Style Teaching With Style A Practical Guide to Enhancing Learning by Understanding Teaching and Learning Styles Anthony F. Grasha, Ph.D. University of Cincinnati Alliance Publishers i Teaching With Style ii To everyone over the years who took the time to listen...

  31. E-Learning Website Analysis and Evalution

    E-LEARNING WEBSITE OBSERVATION AND ANALYSIS https://www.canvas.net/ SAMKELISIWE DLAMINI NATIONAL TSING HUA UNIVERSITY 8TH NOVEMBER 2015 Introduction Canvas Network is a massive open online courses (MOOC) platform that has recently been launched in 2012 by an American educational software...

  32. theories education

    few between, an example of a social model solution would be giving access to a full- text audio recording. Inclusive education is the practice of teaching disabled students alongside their non-disabled peers within regular classroom settings, instead of segregating them into special classrooms. The...

  33. Adult Learning in a Technology Influenced World

    Adult Learning in a Technology Influenced World Summary Adult learning is a hot topic today amongst educators. They must learn to deal with adults across varied age groups, cultural classes and philosophical spectrums. It is not as simple as it was a century ago. Education was structured for the...

  34. Analysis of Learning Theory

    UNIVERSITY ONLINE ANALYSIS OF LEARNING THEORY A PAPER SUBMITTED TO THE FACULTY OF LIBERTY UNIVERSITY ONLINE FOR THE DEGREE OF THE MASTER OF DIVINITY DSMN 601 MINISTRY OF TEACHING DR. WILHITE BY TODD RIORDAN LYNCHBURG, VA JANUARY 20, 2013 Teaching and education in the church utilizes...

  35. BEGAVIOURIST THEORY

    BEHAVIORIST THEORY ON LANGUAGE LEARNING AND ACQUISITION Introduction There are some basic theories advanced to describe how language is acquired, learnt and taught. The behaviorist theory, Mentalist theory (Innatism), Rationalist theory (otherwise called Cognitive theory), and...

  36. My Fundamental Beliefs About Teaching

    Institute Diploma Programme in Education and Training Psychology of Teaching and Learning Question You are a new teacher, and a parent of someone in your class wants to know your beliefs about teaching. What would you tell this person? Module 1 Assignment Lecturer: Ms. Mauva McCarthy ...

  37. Facilitating Learning and Assessment in Practice

    Within the essay I intend to explore the concepts of learning and assessment in my work place. Gray (2000) states that good mentors influence realistic expectations of the menti to show genuine interest in learning. Upon completion of my studies in Diploma in Nursing, I joined one of the...

  38. Cooperative Learning

    Wilson-Jones, L & Caston, M. (2003). Cooperative learning on academic achievement in elementary african american males. Journal of Psychology: Elementary African American Males 31(4), 280-283 Purpose: The purpose of this article was to explore the learning styles of elementary African American males...

  39. From Unity to Diversity: Twenty-five years of Language-Teaching Methodology. By Diane Larsen-Freeman

    From Unity to Diversity: Twenty-five years of Language-Teaching Methodology. By Diane Larsen-Freeman The way to teach in 1965 is not aceptable in 1987, there are three points that can be represented in a triangle for a better comprehension in the methodology used in 1987, each angle of the trianglerepresent...

  40. Learning Theories

    CONTENTS PAGE Learning Theories Page 2 - 7 Assessment for Learning Page 7 - 10 The Curriculum for Excellence Page 10 - 13 Responsibility of all: Literacy, Numeracy and Health and Wellbeing Page 14 – 16 Bibliography Page 17 – 18 Appendices PGDE – ASSESSMENT...

  41. Is There Any Place for Teaching Grammar in a Formal Manner? Give Reasons for Your Answer and Include a Discussion of What You Mean by ‘a Formal Manner’.

    their interrelation in sentences, called syntax. The study of grammar reveals how language works, an important aspect in both English acquisition and learning. Grammatical competence: It mainly focuses on the command of the language code, including things as the rules of word and sentence formation, meanings...

  42. Critically Analyse and Evaluate the Theoretical and Practical Appropriateness and Effectiveness of Learning Activity Segment You Designed and Implemented as Part of the Lesson Your Group Presented for the Micro-Teaching Performance Task

    appropriateness and effectiveness of learning activity segment you designed and implemented as part of the lesson your group presented for the micro-teaching performance task. This essay will critically evaluate and analyse the theoretical and practical appropriateness of the learning activity segment that I designed...

  43. Reflect on and Improve Own Practice in Learning and Development

    Reflect on and Improve Own Practice in Learning and Development The aim of this unit is to interpret: Evaluation approaches to reflective...

  44. ASH EDU 304 Week 2 My Personal Teaching Philosophy

    EDU 304 Week 2 My Personal Teaching Philosophy Check this A+ tutorial guideline at http://www.assignmentcloud.com/edu304-ash/edu-304-week-2-my-personalteaching-philosophy Write a 2-3 page paper describing your personal teaching philosophy at this point. Are you an essentialist? A progressive...

  45. Humanist Theory in Education

    Outline four (4) principles of one the following theory of learning. Humanistic Explain, using appropriate classroom examples, how you would apply your understanding of the theory outlined, in implementing four (4) central task of teaching in your classroom. Shavon Benjamin SJ116545 2B St...

  46. Evaluate the Effectiveness of Using ICT to Support Teaching and Learning

    Evaluate the Effectiveness of Using ICT to Support Teaching and Learning The use of ICT to support teaching and learning incorporates more than the obvious use of computers in the classroom. It includes technology that is used to help children with disabilities. For example children with hearing impairments...

  47. teaching English

    environments and learning needs. Each teaching method is based on a particular vision of understanding the language or the learning process, often using specific techniques and materials used in a set sequence. Here we will discuss and compare the Direct method and Communicative Language Teaching method. Direct...

  48. Community teaching

    Community Teaching Work Plan Proposal Directions: Develop an educational series proposal for your community using one of the following four topics: 1) Bioterrorism/Disaster 2) Environmental Issues 3) Primary Prevention/Health Promotion 4) Secondary Prevention/Screenings for a Vulnerable Population...

  49. Learning Theories in Medical Schools

    LEARNING THEORIES IN MEDICAL SCHOOLS Learning theories are conceptual frameworks that describe how information is absorbed, processed, and retained during learning. Cognitive, emotional, and environmental influences, as well as prior experience, all play a part in how understanding, or a world view...

  50. With Reference to a Range of Literature, Discuss the Key Characteristics of an Effective Learning Environment.

    an effective learning environment. It may be argued that an effective learning environment cannot be defined so simply as the physical setting of the primary classroom in which learning takes place. It will be shown that a variety of factors impact on the effectiveness of a learning environment or...

  51. To what extent do different theories of development take account of the role of social experiences in child development?

    To what extent do different theories of development take account of the role of social experiences in child development? In child development psychology four “grand theories” behaviourism, social learning theory, constructivism and social constructivism offer explanations of child development...

  52. Assignment 2 Self directed Learning The Assumptions of Andragogy

    – Self-directed Learning and Assumptions of Andragogy Shannon Goodwin Strayer University Adult Learning Theory EDU 500 Dr. Rollia Oliver October 23, 2013 Self-directed Learning and the Assumptions of Andragogy Self-directed Learning 1. What do you think about self-directed learning in what and how we...

  53. Learning Styles for Different Personality Types

    Learning Styles Introduction Learning Styles are usually categorised as cognitive styles, personality types, or learning styles. Students preferentially take in and process information in different ways: by seeing and hearing, reflecting and acting, reasoning logically and intuitively, analyzing...

  54. Constructivist Teaching: Now and Then

    Constructivist Teaching: Now and Then According to D’Angelo, C., Touchman, S., Clark, D., Mayer, R., Dean, D. Jr., Hmelo-Silver, C. (2012); constructivist perceptions focus on how students build their own understanding. John Dewey projected that education should work with student’s present understanding...

  55. assignment2

    Understanding learning and assessment To enable and assess learning it is important to understand how individuals learn in different ways and in different speeds. As a teacher it is important to understand the theories of how and why people learn, so that the individual needs of the learners are addressed...

  56. Motiavation, Block which may prevent language learning, Is there any place for teaching grammar in a formal manner?

    Blocks which may prevent language learning Each student is an individual person and can be influenced in certain way to become a successful learner of any language. But not everyone is very lucky in receiving new information. A problem is in a variety of personalities and in different forms of study...

  57. Theory of motivation

     Roles and Theories of Motivation Jennifer van Bree BSHS 425 April 28, 2015 Carl Grossen Roles and Theories of Motivation Motivation exists in what would seem like every aspect of life. Motivation to get the day started each morning (sometimes with coffee required), in sports, school...

  58. learning theories

    Learning and development theories are conceptual frameworks that are looked at how information is absorbed, processed and retained during learning. Through using different learning theories you are able to teach children in the classroom and develop and strengthen them as a person not only intellectually...

  59. The influence of body language and motivation on second language vocabulary learning

    The influence of body language and motivation on second language vocabulary learning BY: Atieh Berjis ...

  60. Two Different Cultures, Two Similar Teaching Approaches

    Reggio Emilia and High Scope are two different teaching approaches from two different parts of the world. Reggio Emilia is named after the Italian community in which it was founded and is now being practiced all over the world. “The basic premise of the Reggio Emilia approach is a shared and deep belief...