How do I Apply Online Learning Theory to the Online Classroom?


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At least four learning theories provide the foundation for online teaching practices, according to Mohamed Ally's article in The Theory and Practice of Online Learning. Behaviorism, the oldest theory he explores, views learning as a response to a stimulus. The cognitive theory focuses on long and short-term memory, reflection and metacognition (knowing and using various learning strategies). The popular constructivist theory attempts to engage learners actively as they create knowledge. A recent theory, connectivism acknowledges the importance of globalization, the ever-changing digital environment and the importance of new learning.Difficulty:Moderately ChallengingInstructions Things Y

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