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Jerry P. Becker

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A Wheel of All The Learning Theories
Posted: May 21, 2013 6:59 PM
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A Great Wheel of All The Learning Theories Teachers Need to Know about

Teaching is a hands-on activity (unless you are a lecture-based type
of teacher) that is deeply grounded in learning theories. Being able
to recognize and differentiate between the different learning
theories together with the ability to understand the reasons why you
opt for a certain theory to inform your teaching and not the other
are key to sound and successful teaching career.

The interactive graphic below will definitely help you clear out the
cloud over any confusion resulting from misunderstanding a learning
theory, it will also set out clear boundaries and demarcate
territories for learning theory. Besides summarizing all the
important learning theories together with their learning paradigms,
this graphic is also hyperlinked and embeds links to several other
equally important resources.

Here is a screenshot of the learning theory wheel ... click below to
see the original full size

http://cmapspublic3.ihmc.us/rid=1LGVGJY66-CCD5CZ-12G3/Learning%20Theory.cmap


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Southern Illinois University
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