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    Learning Styles & Theories

    Analysis of Learning Theories

    1. Explain how the cognitive theory describes the process of learning. 2. Explain the relationship between the cognitive theory and a teacher's teaching philosophy.

    Instrument criteria

    Formative and summative evaluation is a continuous process that requires diligence in selecting the appropriate tool. What should the evaluator take into consideration when selecting or developing an evaluation instrument? Why? 100 words of personal notes are supplied.

    Evaluating and Improving Research into Student Interest

    One of the main traits of action research is that it is recursive which means that you make adaptations and adjustments based on ongoing evidence. Propose a possible solution to your instructional problem/research question. Think of some possible scenarios and how you would make adjustments and/or accommodations.... My instru

    The Constructivism Theory and Actual Learning

    How can one make the connection between cognitive constructivism learning theory and the actual practice of learning or instruction? What is the relationship between this theory and one's teaching philosophy?

    Cognitive, Constructivist Influence One's Teaching Philosophy

    Explain how one or more of the three principle schools of learning theory—behaviorist, cognitive, and/or constructivist—might influence one's teaching philosophy. Also, what is one way that learning theories are different from instructional theories?

    Psychology Relates to Social Change

    How does teaching of psychology relate to social change beyond the individual student level? Then describe two examples that illustrate the relationship between social change and teaching.

    Self-Rating Scale of Self-Directed Learning (SRSSDL)

    Describe, identify and explain the characteristics of learners who engage in self-directed learning. Discuss the self-directed learning concept Briefly describe how it relates to the development of the adult learner. Nemec, P. B. (2011). The self-directed learner. Williamson, S. N. (2007). Development of a self-rating sca

    Education - Test Anxiety

    Please help answer the following questions: Should we take learning preferences and comfort-level into consideration when grading these types of assessments? Does the subject matter make a difference?

    21st Century Education Skills

    Search images on the website for "21st century education skills." Identify where assessment fits into these images. Select one or two images that you believe represents your ideas on learning for today. List reasons why that image depicts your feelings about education today.

    Constructivist Theories

    Congratulations! You have been hired for your ideal teaching position, in your ideal school district. Living up to your "ideal" expectations, your new school district has been selected to host a panel discussion among a number of leading, world renown, scholars in education. Leading this panel discussion will be Eric Von Glas

    Self-motivation and Self-Regulation Theories

    In creating a regulation plan for self-motivation what methods would be recommended under the theories of motivation and self-regulation. How would the plan be implemented to ensure success in an educational program or work environment.

    Comparing HPT, ADDIE and Gagne Models

    What are the HPT, Gagne and ADDIE models? What aspects of these models are similar and what of these three models are different? How can they be compared and contrasted in regards to design solutions? How does the HPT model align with quality and performance in an instructional design approach? How would each of these models ope

    Disturbances in Equilibrium Generate Dissonance in Behavior

    What can cause instability and dissonance in human behavior? How do disturbances in equilibrium generate opportunities for learning? What is the role of instructional designers and teachers in generating discomfort in students that will lead to an opening of the mind and access to the process that Piaget called "equilibration"?

    Educational differences of early learners in comparison to adult learners

    What are the differences between analyzing the instructional needs of a learner in a traditional K-12 school versus analyzing the instructional needs of a working adult in a corporate or higher education setting? What areas of needs analysis might be similar? How might Bloom's Taxonomy be used to ensure that the identified i

    Reading and understanding: Models of Teaching

    I need help with the Chapters 15 & 16 of "Models of Teaching" Eighth Edition book for Bruce Joyce. I'm having trouble understanding these two chapters so I need summaries that explains the overall meaning of the two chapters.

    Applying Learning Theories

    Describe briefly one learning experience in which you served as a facilitator that you believe was effective for your adult learners. Explain why this was effective in terms of one or more LEARNING THEORIES. Describe one learning experience in which you served as a facilitator that you believe was ineffective for your adult l

    Kirkpatrick's Levels of Evaluation

    Hi Just need your input. How can a specific external factors influence the evaluation of performance in a workplace setting, such as current or previous setting? In real-world situations, interventions seldom focus on one of Kirkpatrick's Levels of Evaluation. What is an example in which a set of interventions might us

    Developing Online Training Program for Bank

    - Description of the audience for online training program at a bank What is the culture of your audience, motivation, learning styles, experiences, level of knowledge in this educational area, etc? - Description of how your style differs from that of your learners (dynamic learners, imaginative learners, analytical learn

    Teaching Teenagers

    Handout for Training Session The principal requires a handout for the professional development training session. The faculty can then use this handout as future reference for compliance. You must use the following headings for your handout: 1. Contextual Framework - Include demographics, community background, district or

    Understanding Learning Styles

    Why is it important for teachers to "understand" the learning styles of both themselves and their students and to "teach" applicable study skills to students in their classes? Are there differences in study skills for English, history, science, and mathematics classes? If so, what are the comparisons?

    Differentiation Instruction

    I need help with these questions, - I need help to know what are there negative outcomes for differentiation instruction - Look like is so much work for the teacher to differentiate- can you comment on this idea? - If a child is just a "regular" student, why, he/she is diverse? What are the characteristics of a diverse st

    Importance of collecting student data

    I need help addressing the following 3 parts of my assignment: I must use at least two resources to explain the importance and value of collecting student data on student readiness, student interest, student learning profiles, and student affect. In the second part, I must use one of the resources below and assess the lear

    Facilitating instruction for diverse adult learners

    Hi, I just need your input with these 2 questions. What are some of the difficulties involved in teaching students for multiple generations in an adult learning class? What are some of the difficulties involved in teaching students with varied learning styles in an adult learning class?

    Teachers incorporate their knowledge in lesson plans

    How can a teacher use the various learning styles in the classroom? How does knowing your students' learning style benefit you as a teacher? What is the advantage of teaching a child in the way that they learn? How will teaching my students using the various learning styles help the classroom environment?