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How Do You Know When A Teaching Strategy Is Most Effective? John Hattie Has An Idea - 1 views

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    Terrific example of how research-based teaching practices can be given useful context with a theory of learning.
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Learning Theories: Double-Loop Learning - 1 views

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    A brief discussion of the "double-loop" theory of learning, with references and the suggestion that this theory addresses cultural change as much as individualized learning.
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Learning Theories: Adaptive Control of Thought - 0 views

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    A description of the ACT-R model of memory, with references and a brief discussion of possible applications of the model for teaching.
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Six Questions That Will Bring Your Teaching Philosophy into Focus - 0 views

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    This article includes an interesting discussion guide which can help faculty members articulate their philosophies of teaching and consider the impact of philosophy on practice.
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The Maker Movement and the Rebirth of Constructionism - Hybrid Pedagogy - 0 views

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    An explanation of the "constructionist" pedagogical theory, in the growing context of the "Maker" movement. I have tended to consider the Makers as people concerned with physical objects, from 3D printing to knitting; this article makes explicit that writing (in any media) is also "Making."
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What are the established learning theories? - 2 views

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    An interesting concept map of different theories of how we learn (or learn best), and how they relate. It's admittedly oversimplified, but an interesting start. (Also an example of what you can make with mind-mapping software.)
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