Theories, Principles and Models in E & T

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Theories, Principles andModels in E & T
Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1TASK 1............................................................................................................................................1A. Theories, principles and models of learning......................................................................1B. Ways in which theories, principles and models applied in teaching learning and assessment................................................................................................................................................2C. Individual learning preferences that enable in inclusive teaching, learning and assessment3TASK 2............................................................................................................................................4Covered in ppt........................................................................................................................4TASK 3............................................................................................................................................4A. Theories, principles and model of assessment..................................................................4B. 3 Completed student assessments.....................................................................................5TASK 4............................................................................................................................................6A. Theories and models of curriculum development.............................................................6B. Ways in which theories and models of curriculum development applied in own areas...7TASK 5............................................................................................................................................8A. Theories and models of reflection and evaluation.............................................................8CONCLUSION..............................................................................................................................11REFERENCES..............................................................................................................................12
INTRODUCTIONIn order to implement theories and models of learning in teaching, it is essential to createproper functioning with curriculum. In this way, differences consist in teaching and learning thatimplement creative ideas to understand and evaluate psychology. It defines meaning that consisthelpful solution towards the different issues and problems (Kelly, Lesh and Baek, 2014).Therefore, educational psychologist defines to describe the concept. It is helpful activity thatsolves different problems and issues of the classroom teaching. About the classroom learningissue, educational psychologists developed numbers of theories and concepts. For gaining insightknowledge and information, present report covers theories, principles and models of learning.Furthermore, it focuses onTASK 1A. Theories, principles and models of learningLearning is defined as the persisting change in the human performance and potentialactivities as well. In this regard, results determinethrough interaction with the environment.Further, relative permanent change in a particular person's knowledge and behaviour comes withexperience (Richards and Rodgers, 2014). In respect to this different kinds of learning theory,following are certain theories exist that play important role in education and teaching:Behaviourism:This theory defined as confined to observable and measurable behaviour.Therefore, it includes classical conditioning determined by Pavlov and Operantconditioning which denotes by Skiller. Classical conditioning stimulus which is presentedin respect to get proper response. Furthermore, operant conditioning determines responsethat is made first then reinforcement follows (Cummins and Swain, 2014). In theclassrooms, it is placed as rewards and punishments, responsibilities for conductingstudent learning with teacher and lecture based highly structured.Cognitive: Cognitive theory consist grew in response to behaviourism. In this aspect,knowledge stored as the cognitive symbol. Therefore, learning process consists ofconnecting meaningful and memorable way (Cope and Kalantzis, 2014). It includes twokinds of learning such as discovery learning and meaningful verbal. In discover learningtheory in any age every thing will be learn that assists to provide proper terms and1
creative results at workplace. It also determines powerful concept which could be transferto the many situations and considered discovery learning.Social learning theory: In this way, social learning theory grew with cognitive grew out.Therefore, learning takes place with observation and sensorineural experience. Imitationis the sincerest from the flattery. It is the basis of movement against violence in mediaand video games (Van den Heuvel-Panhuizen and Drijvers, 2014).Social constructive: This theory emphasises on the grew out of the response that areframed around meta cognition. Knowledge is actively constructed with searchingaccurate meaning by the learner, an inherently social activity determines that assists todetermine proper responsibilities of the learner. It includes journaling, experientialactivities, personal focus, collaborative and cooperative learning (Amanchukwu, Stanleyand Ololube, 2015).Multiple intelligence: It grew out the constructive that framed with the meta cognition.In the classroom, it is the effective sub system that delivers instruction through multiplemedium.Brain based learning:Brain based learning in the classroom assists to create severalopportunities for the group. In this context, multi- sensory environment determined thatplay vital role in success of the business (Demetriou, Shayer and Efklides, 2016). In thisregard, opportunities also develop with the self expression and ascertain personalconnections in the content.B. Ways in which theories, principles and models applied in teaching learning and assessmentIn this regard, different theories assist to create systematic learning and assessment inteaching practices at workplace. They are as follows:Brain based learning: In order to apply the brain based learning in teaching, there aredifferent aspects which helps to regulate systematic activities. In this context, there are mainly 12governing principles exist that assists to focus on the parallel processor. Further, whole bodylearning also consist important part in teaching practices. Emotions are very critical that areapplied in the process of learning (Duncan and Goddard, 2016). Processing of parts and wholesplay very important role in the connection. Challenges and threats will be sought that containunique brain.2
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