Learning Theories for Teachers
This text provides a comprehensive, accessible picture of the nature and implications of prevailing learning theories, and guides readers to construct and evaluate their own views on both the nature of the various learning processes and their appropriate relationship to practice.*Historical analysis of learning theories helps students grasp and clarify points of confusion in modern education. *Includes a new chapter on Vygotsky. *Features a new chapter on the relationship between teaching-learning theories to computer education, including use of the Internet as a source of data for thinking.
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What Historical Theories of Learning Are Reflected
What Is Learning Through Unfoldment or SelfActualization?
What Are the Two Current Major Families of Contemporary
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