A detailed overview of the Learning Theories:
Behaviorism | Constructivism | Social Learning Theory | Connectivism | Adult LearningRead More
Fitting the pieces together – Looking at the learning theories we have discussed in this course certainly gave me a broader picture on how they all fit into an educational context. When I started this course and reading my discussion post in week1, I would have definitely said I tend … Read MoreRead More
In a statement at the Asturias Award for Social Sciences ceremony, Gardner said:
“….I have always considered myself a social scientist, and I feel that much of the best work about human nature and human society draws on a range of social scientific disciplines”
The traditional understanding of intelligence … Read MoreRead More
According to Dr. Ormrod “the zone of proximal development for any learner is this range of activities that are difficult but not impossible and which you can do if you have a little bit of help. And this help often comes from somebody who’s a little bit more knowledgeable … Read MoreRead More
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I’ve been spending quite a bit of time of late working both within my current role and in discussion with a few other practitioners talking about Virtual Learning.
The concept of delivering some type of upskilling or behavioural impact remotely is certainly not new. Even looking at “modern” tools like
I dived right into our weekly assignment and started reading, and reading and some more reading. When I got to Ferriter’s article I was really glad about the way it gives you a nice and simple overview of the topic.
Retrieved from: Ferriter, B. (2009). Learning with blogs and … Read MoreRead More