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learning_paradigms [2011/04/18 08:58]
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 ===== Learning paradigms ===== ===== Learning paradigms =====
  
-Learning theories are usually divided into several [[glossary#​paradigm|paradigms]] which represent different perspectives on the learning process. [[glossary#​theory|Theories]] within the same paradigm share the same point of view. Currently, the most commonly accepted learning paradigms are //​behaviorism//,​ //​cognitivism//,​ //​constructivism//,​ //​connectivism//,​ and //​humanism//​.((In some resources //social learning// is sometimes ​added as a paradigm, //​humanism//​ or //​constructivism//​ are ignored and //​connectivism//​ is a new paradigm that is still not widely accepted.)).+ 
 +Learning theories are usually divided into several [[glossary#​paradigm|paradigms]] which represent ​**different perspectives on the learning process**. [[glossary#​theory|Theories]] within the same paradigm share the same basic point of view. Currently, the most commonly accepted learning paradigms are //​behaviorism//,​ //​cognitivism//,​ //​constructivism//,​ //​connectivism//,​ and //​humanism//​.((In some resources //social learning// is added as a paradigm, //​humanism//​ or //​constructivism//​ are ignored and //​connectivism//​ is a new paradigm that is still not widely accepted.)).
  
 Here we will refer to the named learning paradigms and their related learning and instructional design theories. A brief overview of the paradigms follows, and more information can be obtained by clicking on each paradigm name.  Here we will refer to the named learning paradigms and their related learning and instructional design theories. A brief overview of the paradigms follows, and more information can be obtained by clicking on each paradigm name. 
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   * [[learning_paradigms:​Connectivism]]   * [[learning_paradigms:​Connectivism]]
  
-[[learning_paradigms:​paradigm_comparison|brief comparison of learning paradigms]] can be used to better understand their differences and similarities. +[[learning_paradigms:​paradigm_comparison|This brief comparison of learning paradigms]] can be used to better understand their differences and similarities.
  
 +A list of all learning theories and instructional design models within the scope of this wiki can be found [[learning_theories:​list|here]].
  
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