33 thoughts on “A Brief Overview of 4 Learning Theories”

  1. -Thank you for accepting my invitation ,please feel free to correct me in case I write or speak wrong words or phrases ,because I´m a beginner in English if there interest in learning If you want to learn Portuguese, which is my mother language" that is Portuguese I will be happy to help.God bless you and your family,have a nice day.

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  2. This is amazing!! Struggling to work out how everything interrelates. Finally some flow that makes sense to me. Thank you so much Jo

  3. Can't thank you enough for this summary. I've been reading other references and it's amazing how learning about learning is convoluted. It's great even years after this was posted to read a concise article. The graphic was great.

  4. Ah, the power of the internet. It's four years after you posted this video and I'm just finding it now. I'd like to cite your video. Do you have a title to accompany your name? Thanks!

  5. the basic mapping software Jo uses costs 100$. You can learn more about imindmap, that is listed in her tumblr account, at https://imindmap.com

  6. Nice presentation! It was informative and helpful. In the description, you listed "constructivism" and "social constructivism." Did you mean "cognitivism" and "constructivism," because that is what I saw in the video?

    Is it possible to not move or zoom the screen so fast and so much? I got dizzy watching the video.

  7. I actually presented this exact presentation on an assignment so that jo I owe u big time😀👍

  8. Thank you Jo that is a good presentation. Do you have separate presentations for each of the mentioned theories mainly the forth one ?

  9. Wow! Do you have anything published?  I appreciate your concise and information rich presentation style very much.

  10. It should be clear that there is something wrong when four learning theories are offered. Science seeks only one explanatory theory; would we be happy with four theories of gravity? We need a more comprehensive view, likely a combination of behaviorism and cognitivism. All learning is observed via behavior, there is no such thing as mental behavior, though we do process information with our brains. Social interaction plays a huge role in human learning, and so a larger theory must in encompass social interactions. Vygotsky suggested we learn from observing, mimicking, and interacting with others, which is not learner centered, nor does it require being self led. If the source of our knowledge is others, no knowledge is being "constructed". Connectivism, like constructivism, is not a learning theory in that is provides not explanatory principles. I can be ignored.

  11. That was so helpful thank you, it would've been better if you let us get hold of a copy of the visual model that you used for reference. I had to get back to the video multiple times stopping it to read each part so I can write about it in my research.

  12. Thank you so much, great synthesis of the main theories and the examples used made it really easy to relate to. 👍

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