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1 Classroom Learning Theories and Management
EDEL 413 CSUB Debbie Meadows

2 Think about: Who was your favorite teacher?
What made them your favorite? Why was this important to you? How did the teacher handle themselves? How did they handle you? Others? What do you remember about the classroom?

3 Two Personal Questions…
What do I have that will make me a good teacher? What do I need to learn?

4 Philosophies of Education
Essentialism Traditions of society, morals, values, and skills necessary to be model citizens: A Nation At Risk Progressivism Curriculum is centered around interests of the students: Dewey Perennialism Truth never changes: Plato, Aristotle

5 Philosophies of Education
Existentialism Free will to develop as the student sees fit, self-responsibility, play is “good”: Sartre Behaviorism Change the environment, change the student—teach scientifically: Pavlov

6 Philosophy into Theory
Learning Theory Behavioral Watson, Thorndike, Skinner Cognitive Bruner, Vygotsky, Piaget Constructivist Dewey, Knowles, Montessori Many, Many Others

7 Behaviorism Learning Theory
Pavlov, Thorndike, John Watson Stimulus-Response B.F. Skinner “Operant Conditioning” Children respond to external stimuli Children can be conditioned to respond Children can be manipulated/shaped Teacher sets the goals,controls the environment, and creates assessments

8 Cognitivism Learning Theory
Atkinson-Shriffin and Ausubel Schema, Scaffolding, Chunking Advanced Organizer Three-Stage Information Processing Sensory Registry Short-term Memory Long-term Memory

9 Cognitivism Learning Theory
Jean Piaget Four Stages of Development Sensorimotor - birth to 2 years Preoperational - 2 to 6/7 years Concrete Operational - 6/7 to 11/12 years Formal Operational – 11/12 to adult

10 Vygotsky’s Zone of Proximal Development

11 Constructivism Learning Theory
Build on Prior Knowledge Construct New Knowledge Understand through Authentic Experiences Active, hands-on Problem Solving, Exploration, Collaboration Revision and Reflection

12 Constructivism Learning Theory
Jerome Bruner Learning is an active process Students build new ideas based on their existing knowledge Discovery Learning Spiral Curriculum

13 Constructivism Learning Theory
John Dewey Collaborative Work Teacher is the Mentor or Guide Inquiry Based Learning

14 Constructivism Lesson Progression
Situation Grouping Bridge from previous learning Questioning Exhibition Reflection

15 Putting Theory Together in the Learning Environment

16 What is Teaching? Philosophy of Education Learning Theory
How will you as the teacher handle the Academic Development Social Development Emotional Development of the students in your class

17 What Makes a Good Teacher?
Art Science Personal Characteristics

18 The Art of Teaching Enthusiasm for Learning Liking for Children
Desire to Help Others These things CANNOT be taught

19 The Science of Teaching
Ability to Manage the Classroom Environment Ability to Manage Student Behavior Ability to Make Long-Range Plans Ability to Make Short-Range Plans Ability to Use a Variety of Instructional Materials These things CAN be taught

20 Characteristics Of Successful Teachers
Organization Communication Adaptability Creativity These things CAN be Fostered

21 Teacher Responsibilities
Curriculum Instruction Classroom Environment School Community Personal Decorum Philosophy of Education

22 Three Questions for Teachers
Philosophy What should learners know? Psychology How do learners learn? Pedagogy How should learners be taught?

23 definition of learning?
What is your definition of learning?

24 Learning Process Phases
Perception Wanting to know Taking in information Conception Creating meaning Ideation Putting information to use

25 Learning Process The process of how a student learns
All good learning theories have these three components L.P. links to assessment

26 Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs

27 Erikson’s Eight Stages of Man
Age and Stage Area of Resolution Basic Attitudes Birth to 18 months Trust vs Mistrust Hope 18 months to 3 years Autonomy vs Shame/Doubt Will 3 years to 5 years Initiative vs Guilt Purpose 6 years to 12 years Industry vs Inferiority Competence

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