IP 1
IP2
IP 3
IP4
IP5

100

APPLIES to reasearch in the classroom by ASKING QUESTIONS and ASSIGNING  tasks that promote HIGHER LEVEL THINKING

Blooms Taxonomy 

100

pragmatic philosopher

DEWEY

100

4 processes which lead to behavioral changes:
attention
retention
reproduction
motivation 

bandura

100

learning is a series of science inquiries and experimentation

balances teacher's role of understanding content knowledge and modeling

dewey

100

believed that education is no about developmental readiness, but instead i is about providing active and engaging experiences for students to construct their own knowledge through discovery learning and spiraling curriculum  promotes symbolic thinking and problem solving skills ie: a lady bug- but what else: beetle, predator, organism etc

bruner

200

Social Learning Theory

bandura

200

THEORY OF MASTERY LEARNING

Bloom

200

Real world challenges provide students the opportunity to learn and impact society

dewey

200

is a constructivist theorist

bruner

200

LEVEL 1 PRECONVENTIONAL MORALITY
stage 1: obedience and punishment
stage 2: individualism and exchange-more than one point of view and authority is not always right

LEVEL 2 CONVENTIONAL MORALITY
stage 3: good interpersonal relationships: behaves to gain social acceptance.
stage 4: maintains the social order: behaves for self satisfaction and to keep society
LEVEL 3 POSTCONVENTIONAL morality
stage 5; social contract and individual rights understands right and wrong and that there is a grey area
stage 6: Universal properties; ppl determine right and wrong based on moral prinicpals

kohlberg

300

3 modes of cognitive development/children integrate learning experiences in a semisequential order:
ENACTIVE-0-1: learning through action / acquisition of knowledge attributed to muscle memory.
ICONIC STAGE- 1-6- cognition comes through mental pictures
SYMBOLIC STAGE-7+- abstractions such as language, symbols, & classifications play a bigger role in learning

bruner

300

moral development

kohlberg

300

hardwork over innate talent; first four years of life are crucial to child development (lead to the development of Head Start)

bloom

300

attention must be given to a student presenting correct behavior in order for another student to want to repeat good behavior.


Retention- it must be important enough to stick and not just create mimicry


Reproduction; requires skill and ability to recreate the behavior

Motivation: positive and negative reinforcement

bandura

300

APPLIES to reasearch in the classroom by ASKING QUESTIONS and ASSIGNING  tasks that promote HIGHER LEVEL THINKING

bloom

400

Learning Theory

thorndike

400

learning is a combination of cognition, behavior, and environment.  Children learn through a combination of conditioned response and by imitating models around them

bandura

400

moral developent in the classroom would include student participation in creating a social contract that ll students are expected to adhere to for the good of the classroom society as a whole

kohlberg

400

(Funds of Knowledge)

Moll

400

furthered piaget's ideas of moral development & identified stages of moral development:

kohlberg

500

His research addresses the connections among culture, psychology and education, especially in relation to the education of Latino children in the US.

Moll

500

lead to the development of operant conditioning within behaviorism.

thorndike

500

created the school of behaviorist methodology within psychology and he published his views on this psychological theory in 1913. ... One goal of behaviorism was to understand how certain behaviors develop as a consequence

watson

500

HOlistic approach to education providing for affective psychometer domain deals with motor skill development and cognitive domain deals with acquiring intellect

bloom

500

There are four types of reinforcement: positive, negative, punishment, and extinction.

thorndike