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ⓘ Category:Education theory




                                               

Education sciences

Education sciences or education theory seek to describe, understand, and prescribe education policy and practice. Education sciences include many topics, such as pedagogy, andragogy, curriculum, learning, and education policy, organization and leadership. Educational thought is informed by many disciplines, such as history, philosophy, sociology, and psychology. Faculties, departments, degree programs, and degrees on education sciences are often called simply faculty of education etc. It is likewise still common to say she is studying education, which is only very rarely expressed as study ...

                                               

3S Understanding

3S Understanding is a curriculum structure that was created by James G. Henderson. 3S Understanding is a mixture of three components that can be diagrammed as a triangle. The three Ss are Subject Matter, Self-learning, and Social Learning. Henderson and Gorniks Reflective Teaching: Professional Artistry Through Inquiry examines 3S understanding and teaching for democratic living. It goes in depth about subject learning, self-learning, and social learning. Henderson writes the book with the ideas and also presents several real life examples. It goes through teacher reflection and how teache ...

                                               

70/20/10 Model (Learning and Development)

The 70:20:10 Model for Learning and Development is a learning and development model that suggests a proportional breakdown of how people learn effectively; based on a survey asking nearly 200 executives to self-report how they believed they learned. In this survey respondents reported the following learning tendencies: 10% from coursework and training 70% from challenging assignments 20% from developmental relationships Michael Lombardo and Robert Eichinger expressed their rationale behind the 70:20:10 model this way in The Career Architect Development Planner: Development generally begins ...

                                               

Accelerated learning framework

Accelerated Learning Framework is an education model. It focuses on three key change drivers. ALF "provides a conceptual link between a digitally rich learning-without-limits environment, and student achievement".

                                               

Michael Apple

Michael W. Apple is an educational theorist specialized on education and power, cultural politics, curriculum theory and research, critical teaching, and the development of democratic schools. Apple is John Bascom Professor Emeritus of Curriculum and Instruction and Educational Policy Studies at the University of Wisconsin–Madison School of Education, where he taught from 1970-2018. Prior to completing his Ed.D. at Teachers College, Columbia University in 1970, Apple taught in elementary and secondary schools in New Jersey, where he grew up, as well as served as the president of his teache ...

                                               

Berlin Model

The Berlin Model was developed by Paul Heimann and is also known as the" Teaching-learning theory of education" in order to distinguish it from the "developmental education theory" of Wolfgang Klafki. Heinemann considered Klafki to be thinking in purely ideal terms with his humanistic approach, and instead created a practical model for making education decisions. Heimann’s model is intended to enable teachers to analyze their lessons on a purely empirical and objective basis to make more transparent decisions. It was also intended to assist teachers to consider as many factors as possible ...

                                     

ⓘ Education theory

  • Education sciences or education theory traditionally often called pedagogy seek to describe, understand, and prescribe education policy and practice
  • conditioning and advocate a system of rewards and targets in education Educators who embrace cognitive theory believe that the definition of learning as a change
  • Learning theory may refer to: Learning theory education the process of how humans learn Behaviorism philosophy of education Cognitivism philosophy
  • revolutionary modern principles of education His motto was Learning by head, hand and heart His research and theories closely resemble those outlined
  • theory - Education theory - Multiple intelligence theory - Progressive education theory Engineering: Circuit theory - Control theory - Signal theory
  • Educational Philosophy and Theory is a peer - reviewed philosophy journal covering educational theory and the philosophy of education It was established in
  • Theory and Research in Education is a triannual peer - reviewed academic journal that covers field of education The editor - in - chief is Randall Curren University
  • The theory of multiple intelligences differentiates human intelligence into specific modalities rather than seeing intelligence as dominated by a single
  • Instructional theory is heavily influenced by the 1956 work of Benjamin Bloom, a University of Chicago professor, and the results of his Taxonomy of Education Objectives - one
  • on democratic education However, there are theories of democratic education from the following perspectives: During the practice theory movement, there