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The 6 Education Theorists That All Teachers Should Know

These 6 men revolutionized teaching. Every teacher should be aware of their works and how they apply to the classroom. Especially considering the fact that between the 6 of them, their theories are central to modern teaching.

People of Pedagogy Lev Vygotsky is a behaviourist theorist Jean Piaget is much reputed for his theory of children's  cognitive development  Brumer's insightsin perceptive abilities of learners and its correlation with the learning motivation. Bloom a thinking continuum to help them define how well a skill or competency is learned or mastered. Gardner's  theory of multiple intelligences  Erikson's theory of psychosocial development

People of Pedagogy Lev Vygotsky is a behaviourist theorist Jean Piaget is much reputed for his theory of children's cognitive development Brumer's insightsin perceptive abilities of learners and its correlation with the learning motivation. Bloom a thinking continuum to help them define how well a skill or competency is learned or mastered. Gardner's theory of multiple intelligences Erikson's theory of psychosocial development

This infographic does a reasonable job of breaking down the basics of different learning theories in a visual and understandable format.
from BroadyEdTech

A Simple Guide To 4 Complex Learning Theories – Infographic

This infographic does a reasonable job of breaking down the basics of different learning theories in a visual and understandable format.

This pin is a personal favorite of mine. It lays out a concise pathway of how learning occurs and how it relates to teaching.
from BroadyEdTech

A Simple Guide To 4 Complex Learning Theories – Infographic

This pin is a personal favorite of mine. It lays out a concise pathway of how learning occurs and how it relates to teaching.

Interesting idea to use when teaching, especially thought provoking/difficult topics
from An Ethical Island

Scaffold Like an Ant- A simple scaffolding example

The Myth of Learning Styles Infographic
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The Myth of Learning Styles Infographic

Teaching children in their preferred learning style could improve learning outcomes. This approach is commonly justified in terms of brain function, despite educational and scientific evidence demonstrating that the learning style approach is not helpful.

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A Visual Guide To Every Single Learning Theory

Follow for lots FREE 'too-neat-not-to-keep' teaching tools & other fun stuff :) ......A Visual Guide To Every Single Learning Theory

from Cult of Pedagogy

Know Your Terms: Constructivism

How well do you know your educational theory? Constructivism is behind so much of the hands-on discovery learning we do in the classroom today. Take 2 minutes and learn more about it.

Erik Erikson was an ego psychologist that patterned his theories after Freud. Erikson strongly felt that culture and society have an effect on the ego and that a struggle or conflict can begin. Erik Erikson designed a model of development that has 5 stages of psychosocial development that extend through childhood.

Erik Erikson was an ego psychologist that patterned his theories after Freud. Erikson strongly felt that culture and society have an effect on the ego and that a struggle or conflict can begin. Erik Erikson designed a model of development that has 5 stages of psychosocial development that extend through childhood.