DEVELOPMENTAL AND LEARNING THEORIES
Course level: "Graduate"
"Theories on the physical, social, emotional, and intellectual development of learners across the lifespan are the focus of this course. These theories and their effect on the educational process and the design and implementation of instructional programs will be examined. Competency A: Analyze the advantages and disadvantages of using various behaviorist, constructivist, cognitive, social, moral, and humanist theories within the learning process. Competency B: Compare and contrast cognitive information processing and brain-based learning. Competency C: Develop strategies to increase memory and transfer within the learning process. Competency D Formulate a plan for incorporating self-regulated learning and motivation theory within the instructional process. Competency E: Apply learning theories, including cognitive information processing and brain based learning strategies, to content area units of instruction."
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What you'll learn
What you’ll learn