What are the major theoretical concepts of cognitive theories? How are they relevant to modern day approach to the science of learning?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 17, 2018, 2:15 am ad1c9bdddf
THEORETICAL CONCEPTS OF COGNITIVE THEORIES
THEORIES AND RELEVANCE TO MODERN DAY APPROACH TO THE SCIENCE OF LEARNING:
Behaviorism as a learning theory contends that learning is a passive event in which a specific behavior is shaped by positive/negative reinforcement and influenced largely by environmental factors such as the arrangement of stimuli and consequences within the environment and on how the use of instructional cues, practice, and reinforcement/punishments can facilitating learning to develop discrimination's (recalling facts), generalizations (defining and illustrating concepts), associations (applying explanations), and chaining (automatically performing a specified procedure) to ensure a strong stimulus-response association (Ertmer & Newby,1993). The ...
THEORIES AND RELEVANCE TO MODERN DAY APPROACH TO THE SCIENCE OF LEARNING
Provide a framework for the theoretical concepts associated with the model. Piaget and Bolles
Need help making the framework associated with Piaget and Bolles. I have attached the reading I had to work with also.
Provide a framework for the theoretical concepts associated with the model. Using. Piaget for Cognitive and Bolles for Neuro-physiological and Evolutionary.
Piaget - Intelligence, Schemata, Assimilation and accommodation, equilibration and interiorization. I will be touching on those just a bit, but need to explain the concepts.
Bolles- I will touch on the Bolles theory of learning. Need to add to it by explaining its major theoretical concepts.View Full Posting Details