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Learning Theories
This paper discusses different learning theories.
# 74524 | 3,375 words | 13 sources | 2004 | US

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In this article, the writer looks at various learning theories. The writer discusses the subject of learning as both a process and product. The relation to behavior theory is also examined in this paper. The writer looks at the views of Skinner and others. Further, the writer discusses learning and social constructivism.

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"What is learning and how do human beings learn? These questions have been asked and answered by diverse theories. The purpose of this paper is to describe and discuss some of the major theories of leaning. However as noted by Uljens, each theoretical orientation to learning has a somewhat different definition. In this regard, Uljens notes that learning has been defined as 'A cognitive process in which one acquires skill of knowledge'. A process by which relatively permanent changes occur in behavioral ... "

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