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Weegy: Below are four approaches to learning that can beused to help you design learning activities and materials. Behaviourism The mind is a ³black box´. [ Thus, the focus is on the end product of learning rather thanhow learning occurs.Adirect link between input ( stimulus) and output ( response) exists. One manipulates the inputs to produce the desired behaviours. Positive and negativefeedback can used to reward, reinforce, or eliminate specified behaviours. Learners learn at their own pace. Implications of Behaviourism The focus is an observable behavior that can be measured. Often aspects of learning thatare difficult to measure, such as changes in attitudes, are the most important components toan education.The type of feedback administered affects the learning outcomes.Repeated behavior becomes automatic. Behaviourism supports self-paced, individualized learning. Cognitivism Information is processed in the mind.Changes in behavior are examined for indicators of processes occurring in the brain. How information is registered, stored in working and long-term memory, and processed affects how and what we learn.Implications of Cognitivism As the brain has a limited capacity to process information, information must be broken intosmaller pieces.In order to retain new information, the material must be presented with distinct featuresthat help the learner to distinguish the new information from previously learned material. Learners must be given the opportunity to practice in order to anchor the new information to previously learned material. Constructivism We construct our own perspective of the world. Learning is an active process ± the mind alters the information within its own contextual experience based on past experiences, beliefs, and mental structures. New knowledge is built upon previous knowledge. Learning is socially constructed. We learn best when working in groups ]
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