Learning Theory Foundations
Issued by Concordia University
Compares and contrasts the influence, benefits and limitations of behaviorism, cognitivism, constructivism, and connections [0.5]Additional Details
A Graphic Organizer including the following learning theories: Behaviorism, Cognitivism, Constructivism, Connectivism, and Constructionism, and must include a comparison and contrast of the theories addressing, at minimum, the following: identification of lead theorist(s), primary explanation of how people learn, examples of at least three types of learning experiences that support the theory, and five reliable references for each theory with complete citations and brief annotations.
A Reflection on how learning theory has shaped the learner's learning experiences and influenced his/her teaching styles. The Reflection must address: at least three specific examples of learning situations and environments and explain how they align with specific learning theories explored in this course, and at least two decisions the learner made in designing or facilitating his/her own instruction that embody a specific learning theory.