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Summary on Facilitating Learning

I Introduction to Metacognition
a. Metacognition Theory
Metacognition knowledge variables
Metacognition and Development
b. Learner centered Psychological Principles
Cognitive and metacognitive factors
Motivation and affective factors
Developmental and Social factors
Individual Differences factors
II Focus on the Learner
a. Developmental Theories
Piaget Cognitive Theory of Development
Erikson Psychosocial Theory of Development
Freud Psychosexual Theory of Development
Vygotsky Socio-cultural Theory
Kohlberg Theory of Moral Development
Bronfenbrener Bio-ecological Systems Theory
b. Individual Differences Theory
c. Learning/Thinking Skills and Multiple Intelligences
Learning/Thinking Skills
Multiple Intelligences Theory
d. Learners with Exceptionalities Theory
People first language theory
III Focus on Learning
a. Behaviorism Theories
Classical Conditioning Theory
Thorndike Connectionism Theory
Watsons Behaviorist Theory
Skinners Operant Conditioning Theory
b. Neo Behaviorism Theories
Tolmans Purposive Behaviorism Theory
Banduras Social Learning Theory
c. Gestalt Principle
d. Information Processing Theory
e. Gagnes Conditions of Learning Theory


Ausubels Meaningful verbal learning/subsumption theory

Bruners Constructivist Theory
Constructivism Theory (Knowledge construction/concept learning)
Transfer of Learning Principles
Revised Blooms Taxonomy Theory
Sternbergs Cognitive Processes Theory
Successful Intelligence Theory
The WICS Model
l. Torrance Theory on Problem Solving and Creativity
IV Focus on Classroom Processes
a. Meaning and Types of Motivation
b. Theories on Factors affecting motivation
Attribution Theory
Self-efficacy Theory
Self-determination and Self-regulation Theories
Choice Theory
Maslows Hierarchy of Needs Theory
Goal Theory
c. Students Diversity in Motivation Principles
d. Human Environmental Factors Affecting Motivation
e. The Classroom Climate
f. The Physical Learning Environment
g. Assessment Strategies that can Increase Motivation
V Integration
a. Revising the 14 learner-centered Psychological Principles

Partial List of Reporters

1. Metacognition Theory 2. Piagets Cognitive Theory of Devt 3. Erikson Psychosocial Theory of Devt 4. Vygotsky Socio-cultural Theory 5. Kohlberg Theory of Moral Devt 6. Individual Differences Theory 7. Learning/Thinking Skills 8. Multiple Intelligences Theory 9. People First Language Theory 10. Classical Conditioning Theory 11. Thorndikes Connectionism Theory 12. Watsons Behaviorist Theory 13. Skinners Operal Conditioning 14. Tolmans Purposive Theory 15. Banduras Social Learning Theory 16. Gestalts Principle 17. Information Processing Theory -

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