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FB Learning and the Learner

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FB Learning and the Learner EDFS 5203

Edd Barrows
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This 5 page Class Notes was uploaded by Edd Barrows on Monday October 12, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to EDFS 5203 at Georgia College & State University taught by Brian Mumma in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 99 views. For similar materials see /class/221934/edfs-5203-georgia-college-state-university in Foundations at Georgia College & State University.


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Date Created: 10/12/15
EDFS 5203 Learning and the Learner 1 Jean Piaget lnter actionist guided by stages individual of development Piaget s Schema Cognitive growth advances across four developmental stages This development occurs fairly predictably across ages and a persons framework are internalized by the individual before they are tested in social structures A Sensorirnotor Ages B Preoperational Ages C Concrete operations Ages D Formal operations Ages E Adolescent to Adult cognitive growth Human development results from the interaction of four variables A Heredity B Physical experience C Social transmission D Equilibrium 2 Lev Vygotsky lnteractionist guided by the individual s interaction with adults peers and society across developmental growth Vygotsky s Schema Based upon Soviet communist and Marxist dialectical materialism More importantly the theory holds that as children advance in age and experience they engage in increasingly more varied activities which generates content structures in their mind A persons framework are social before they are internalized by the individual A Intuitive and emotional contact between child and adult Ages B Object manipulation activities Ages C Game playing activities Ages D Learning Activity Ages E Social communication activities Ages F Vocational learning activities Ages 3 Howard Gardner Frames of Mind or Multiple lntelligences Gardner s Schema Intelligence is not a singular unified personal power that operates with equal effectiveness in life Instead intelligence is more accurately conceived to be seven now eight separate types of ability preferences or multiple intelligences that make their separate contributions to understandings A persons framework are combined through that which is internalized by the individual through their Ml styles and then held up against social and peer comparisons A Linguistic Style 03 Logical Mathematical Style 0 Visual Spatial Style D Musical Style E Kinesthetic Style F Inter personal Style 0 lntra personal Style H Naturalistic Style 4 Roy D Andrade 5 Michael Jackson 6 Gibson and E Gibson 7 Albert Bandura 8 BF Skinner 9 John Dewey 10 Alfie Kohn Brie y describe the following terms 11 Learning 12 Knowing 13 Understanding 14 Thinking 15 Critical Thinking 16 Cognition 17 Meta cognition 18 Epistemology


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