Privacy Policy
Contact Us
  Search Home : Reference : Education : Methods and Theories : Learning Theories
Aesthetic Realism Active Learning
Behaviorism Brain-Based Learning
Charter Schools Communities of Practice@
Constructivism Cooperative Education
Experiential Education Inquiry Based Learning
Learning Styles Montessori
Multiple Intelligences Outcome-Based Education
Problem-Based Learning Reggio Emilia Approach
Right Brain - Left Brain Thinking Situated Learning
Transformative Learning Waldorf

See Also:

  • An online source of information about the brain for educators, parents, students and teachers.
  • Business Thinking Meta Model: Describes the model which is composed of three thinking patterns such as proactive thinking, reactive thinking, and passive thinking.
  • Desuggestive Learning: Describes desuggestive learning and offer advice on how to use it.
  • Diversified Learning: Suite 101 topic about the many ways people learn through methods utilized in teaching gifted and talented as well as at risk students.
  • Dr. Thomas Armstrong: Educator and psychologist in the fields of multiple intelligences, explanation of "the myth of ADD/ADHD, and the natural genius of kids". Suggests strategies for nurishing each child's unique developmental potentials.
  • ERIC Digest Blog: Blog that features different ERIC Digests on educational theories and methods on a daily basis. Includes current posts and archive.
  • Education for Sustainable Development: Approach to the whole curriculum and management of a school from sustainable development theory.
  • Education: Public or Private Goods?: Examines theories that argue that learning in education is either a private or public good.
  • Facilitating Multi-Stakeholder Processes and Social Learning - Resource Portal: Practical information on facilitating multi-stakeholder processes and social learning: concepts, methods, tools, tips, examples, literature and links for interactive decision-making in sustainable development.
  • How People Learn: Brain, Mind, Experience, and School: E-text of a 300-page 1999 National Academy of Sciences report. Recent research provides a deep understanding of complex reasoning and performance on problem-solving tasks and how skill and understanding in key subjects are acquired.
  • Implicity: A different model of human learning changing the role of educational technology.
  • Resource for educators and others interested in informal education, youth work, community development and lifelong learning.
  • Instrumental Enrichment / Mediated Learning: Based on the work of Israeli psychologist Reuven Feuerstein who developed his theory in the late 40's through his work with children who were orphaned or separated from their parents as a result of the Holocaust.
  • Intentional Learning Projects: Describes projects, research and articles addressing mass customization and personalization issue (adaptive learning) for E-LEARNING (Web, WBT, and CBT).
  • Introduction to Motor Behavior and Control: PowerPoint Presentation.
  • John Dewey and Informal Education: Read about the life and works of a man considered to be the father of educational philosophy.
  • Learning and Teaching: Explores major and current themes in the learning and teaching process from an international and comparative perspective.
  • Learning and Teaching Information Technology Computers Skills in Context: Learn about about how some people teach information technology skills.
  • Manipulative Visual Language: System and theory for teaching English to deaf children.
  • Meta-Intelligence: An infinite number of connection possibilities in the brain permits formation of unique patterns of thinking -- creating an unlimited unlimited potential and a diversity of learning styles. Meta-Intelligence Institute consultations and publications.
  • Multiple Intelligences: Gardner's Theory: Provides full-text access to the ERIC Digest of this name which examines the theory of Howard Gardner relating to multiple intelligences and how it might relate to student learning.
  • Music Learning Theory: Information and explanation of how we learn and when we learn music.
  • Perspectives on Learning: Learning and developing learning environments based on behaviorism, cognitism, and constructivism.
  • Project-Based Learning: Introduces educators to project-based learning. It provides background information, exemplars, and links for teachers to use in their classroom.
  • Reasoning and Being Rational: Many teachers expect students to be rational, but don't explain what that means. Improve your reasoning. An essay by Rick Garlikov.
  • Ritmia: Describes a form of music education and of motion activity aimed to bridge a gap left by the traditional teaching methods.
  • Roof On Fire: Report of a training course on experiential learning, including methods and theory.
  • Suggestology: Details on this learning theory for teaching foreign languages.
  • The Epistemology and Learning Group (MIT): Explores how new technologies can enable new ways of thinking, learning, and designing.
  • The Truth About Homework: The negative impacts of homework on students. Includes opinions, polls, message board, and links.
  • Youth Motivation Using Natural Learning Environments: Motivating "at-risk" youth by employing natural learning environments consistent with the "learning personality" of the individual student rather than with traditional "schooling" models.


Custom Search
Help build the largest human-edited directory on the web.
Submit a Site - Open Directory Project - Become an Editor
Copyright 2005-2019 All rights reserved, AllSites, LLC