When it comes to learning a new language, students can feel pressure or anxiety when developing these new skills. Within your narrative response, utilize each theory listed as a heading. Within each heading, provide the requested information.
Use the following Headings for organization:
- Social Interactionist/Cognitive
For each heading/theory provide:
- A summary for how learning is acquired, developed, and influenced within the theory
- The names for main theorists associated with each theory
- An activity, strategy, or resource to promote this learning theory within your classroom
- Discuss which stage of language acquisition this theory would impact the most and why
- *Discuss which stage of writing development would be impacted the most and why
- Provide a response for how this theory does, or does not, align with your personal teaching style and interaction with students.
You should have four, well-developed paragraphs in your narrative response.
Requirements: In-depth guide with all the details and steps
Here are a few resources to use:
The humanist theory of learning was pioneered by theorists like Abraham Maslow, James F. T Bugenta, and Carl Rogers in the early 1900s (Bransford et al. 2006). The theory was developed to respond to the common education theories, including psychoanalysis and behaviorism at the time.
An Activity, Strategy, Or Resource to Promote This Learning Theory Within Your Classroom
One of the strategies that the educators need to apply humanist learning theory in their classroom is rewarding the learners’ efforts but not an outcome (Resilient educator. 2018, December 24). This helps the teachers to offer equal opportunities for all children, even for those students who do not perform well. Another method is to evaluate the learners’ needs and wants regularly. It helps the educator fashion learning that will address the individual needs of each student. Also, the teacher needs to establish emotional support for all the learners.