Created to Learn
This revised and expanded second edition of Created to Learn—an ECPA Gold Medallion Award finalist—shows teachers how to organize and tailor classroom instruction to fit the learning styles of their students. In a real sense, author William R. Yount takes the theories of teaching and learning and brings them to life inside the classroom. Additional content in this updated edition includes:
• More information on new reasearch into learning theories, including discoveries in the field of neuroscience that provide far more detail about brain function.
• New chapters on Constructivism and brain-based learning.
• Updated research from Yount’s teaching experiences in other countries.
• Full rewrite of original text, condensing material that has moved into other books, removing data found to be less helpful, and adding research that provides support for evolving ideas about cognitive and humanistic learning theory systems, designing instructional objectives, and the revolution in brain science.
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A wholistic approach to Christian educationUser Review - M Teresa Trascritti - Christianbook.com
Through this book, Yount hopes to expand the understanding of educational psychology in the field of Christian teaching. He does this by using a model of teaching that he has called, "The Disciplers ... Read full review
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The Disciplers Model
Knowing Science and the Christian Teacher
Educational Psychology and Learners
How We Develop as Thinkers Jean Piaget and Lev Vygotsky
How We Develop as Moral Decision Makers Lawrence Kohlberg
Educational Psychology and Learning
Social Behavioral Learning Albert Bandura
Cognitive Learning I Jerome Bruner
The Christian Teachers Triad A MetaTheory of Learning
Instructional Taxonomies Setting Up Targets for Teaching
Educational Psychology and Motivation
The Teacher and Classroom Climate
Measurement as Motivation Evaluation of Learning
Educational Psychology and the Brain
Cognitive Learning II Information Processing Theory
Humanistic Learning Abraham Maslow and Carl Rogers