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Introduction Theory of LearningDescription of what is the theory of learning isAge range birth to 5 Who is behind the theory of learningGardnerPiagetVygotskyEriksonDevelopment of the whole childArea of developmentLanguage DevelopmentCognitive DevelopmentSocialEmotional DevelopmentThe Classroom EnvironmentOrganization and setupPlanning the curriculum for each dayWhat is learned Reading MathScienceFine ArtResponsibility of the teacherResponsibility of the parentsConclusionTheory of LearningThe theory of learning is a vision for implementing and planning adevelopmentally appropriate curriculum What is learning and howchildren learn is a process for which they obtain information that canbe reproduced from experience The concept of learning from a parentperspective has never been looked at as cognitive and behavioral changesthat result from experiences There is a vast of theories that point out many ideas on how studentslearn But when you look at the whole concept in which children learn itvaries from child to child Children should have accountability fortheir own standards for what they learn and not the standards of theirpeers Therefore I will be discussing the components of learning aswell as the philosophies theories and research behind its reasons In our textbook it tells us that we not only emphasize how to teachbut also we provide a solid foundation for the theoretical basis of theconcepts being applied We want students to understand what can betaught to young children why it is important and how it can beaccomplished Eliason C 2008 pg1Gardners philosophy of learning is that children learn from oneanother and this learning includes both cognitive and affectiveperceptions The interpersonal intelligence one of Gardners eightsuggested intelligences is the capacity to discern and respondappropriately to the moods temperaments motivations and desires ofother people Learning in small groups from their peers satisfieschildrens needs more than when they learn alone Many academic andprosocial skills are the outcome of peer interaction Childrensanalytical and academic skills are Theory of Learningsharpened and they develop both oral and listening abilities Theylearn to be sensitive to others and understand another persons point ofview Because no student
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