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Educational Theories and Their Proponents

educational theories and their proponents
The following are the works, theories, ideas, discoveries and their proponents:

  • Jean Piaget - Cognitive Development , Info Processing , Dynamic Interrelation.
  • Sigmund Freud - Psychosexual Theory of Development , Psychoanalytic
  • Erik Erickson - Psychosocial Theory of Development
  • Lawrence Kohlberg - Moral Development, Moral Dillema
  • Burrhus Frederic Skinner - Operant Conditioning
  • Ivan Pavlov - Classical Conditioning
  • Edward Lee Thorndike - Connectionism
  • Otto Loewi - Discovered “Acetylchloline” respobsible in stimulation of muscles. 
  • Ulf Von Euler - Discovered “Norepinephrine” bringing our nervous system into “high alert”. 
  • Arvid Carlsson - Discovered “Dopamine” the reward mechanisms in the brain. 
  • Albert Bandura - Social learning, Neo - Behaviorism
  • Robert Gagne - Sequence of Instruction
  • Abraham Maslow - Hierarchy of Needs , Motivation theory
  • William Kohler - Insight Learning
  • Robert Havighurst - Development Task Theory
  • Benjamin Bloom - Bloom’s Cognitive Taxonomy
  • Simpsons / Anita Harrow - Psychomotor Domain
  • David Krathwohl - Affective Domain
  • Jerome Bruner - Constructivist, Spiral Curr, Instrumental Conceptualism 
  • Lev Vygotsky - Socio-Cultural Theory of Cognitive Development, Linguistic Theory, Scaffolding 
  • Edgar Dale - Cone of Experience
  • Kohler, Koffka, Weirtheimer — Gestalt Psychology
  • John Locke - Tabularasa , Empiricism
  • Howard Gardner - Multiple Intellegence
  • Noam Chomsky - Language Acquisition Theory, Father of Linguistic, 
  • Nativism David Ausubel - Meaningful Learning, Graphic Organizer, Assumption
  • Charles Cooley - Looking Glass Self Theory
  • John Flavel - Metacognition
  • Sandra Bem - Gender Schema Theory
  • Elliot Turriel - Social Domain Theory
  • Robert Sternberg - Triachic Theory Of Intelligence.
  • John Watson - Behaviorial Theory
  • Maria Montessori - Transfer of Learning, Kindergarten preparation of children.
  • Edward Tolman - Purposive Behaviorism and Goal Oriented
  • Edward Torrance - Creative Problem Solving
  • Bernard Weiner - Attribution theory
  • Daniel Goleman - Emotional Intelligence
  • Wilhelm Woundt - German Psychologist founder of Modern Psychology
  • Titchener - Structuralism
  • William James, G. Stanley Hall, James M. Cattell - Promotes Functionalism Psychology 
  • Charles darwin - Theories to mental characteristics as human think, feel & behave ( Evolutionary psychology)
  • Herman Ebbinghaus - Associationism
  • Edwin Guthrie - (Stimulus and Response ) Temporal Conguity
  • Edward Lee Thorndike - “Satisfaction” The Law of Effect
  • Ivan Pavlov - Involuntary Behavior, Classical Conditioning
  • Max Wertheimer - Gestalt Psychology
  • Wolfgang Ratke - Used vernacular for approaching the class.
  • David Froebel - Father of Kindergarten
  • John Bowly - Attainment Theory
  • Edward Boro - Six Thinking Hats Theory
  • Auguste Comte - Father of Sociology
  • Carlos Linnaeus - Father of modern taxonomy.
  • John Amos Comencius - Father of Modern Education
  • Erasmus Desiderius - Father of Humanism/ Social humanism
  • William Kilpatrick - Project method
  • Mencius - Idealistic Wing of Confucianism
  • Hzun Tzu - Realistic Wing of Confusianism
  • Lao Tzu - Taoism, Book "Tao te ching" meaning "The way and its power" Herbart Spencer - Moral Development
  • Pestallozi - Symmetrical and Harmonious Development of Child
  • John Jacques Rosseau - Nature of Child
  • Arnold Gesell - Maturation Theory
  • John Dewey - Learning by Doing

The following are the works, theories, ideas, discoveries and their proponents: Jean Piaget - Cognitive Development , Info Processing , Dynamic Interrelation. Sigmund Freud - Psychosexual Theory of Development , Psychoanalytic Erik Erickson - Psychosocial Theory of Development Lawrence Kohlberg - Moral Development, Moral Dillema

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