The name of the topic "Learning Theories" does a good job of explaining the content. Learning is the absorption, transfer or acquisition of data, information or knowledge. A Theory is like a clump of interelated ideas. Theories are somewhat different than philosophy (more pragmatic and testable). Learning theories are about how people learn. They are not philosophies of education which are more about what should be taught or how the education system should work. Sites in this category describe or explain or seek to promote certain learning theories. Products or businesses should be placed elsewhere.
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An online source of information about the brain for educators, parents, students and teachers.
Business Thinking Meta Model
Describes the model which is composed of three thinking patterns such as proactive thinking, reactive thinking, and passive thinking.
Dr. Thomas Armstrong
Educator and psychologist in the fields of multiple intelligences, explanation of "the myth of ADD/ADHD, and the natural genius of kids". Suggests strategies for nourishing each child's unique developmental potentials.
Resource for educators and others interested in informal education, youth work, community development and lifelong learning.
Instrumental Enrichment / Mediated Learning
Based on the work of Israeli psychologist Reuven Feuerstein who developed his theory in the late 40's through his work with children who were orphaned or separated from their parents as a result of the Holocaust.
John Dewey and Informal Education
Read about the life and works of a man considered to be the father of educational philosophy.
The Meta-Learning Lab
Dedicated to increasing people's capacity to learn, improving the performance of individuals and organizations.
MSP Resource Portal
Practical information on facilitating multi-stakeholder processes and social learning: concepts, methods, tools, tips, examples, literature and links for interactive decision-making in sustainable development.
Multiple Intelligences: Gardner's Theory
Provides full-text access to the ERIC Digest of this name which examines the theory of Howard Gardner relating to multiple intelligences and how it might relate to student learning. [PDF]
Describes a form of music education and of motion activity aimed to bridge a gap left by the traditional teaching methods.
Roof On Fire
Report of a training course on experiential learning, including methods and theory.
Reasoning and Being Rational
Many teachers expect students to be rational, but don't explain what that means. Improve your reasoning. An essay by Rick Garlikov. (December 17, 2002)
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