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Learning theories have two chief values according to Hill (2002). result a new law of learning, additional to the old standard laws of association and important enough, though often combated by other psychologists, to become and remain the focal point of most subsequent discussions of the theory of learning. *�*�q�Ӧ��ݑX��|�2�Z�8���% ����((b His research led to many theories and laws of learning, such as operant conditioning. BF Skinner: Operant Conditioning Skinner is regarded as the father of Operant Conditioning, but his work was based on Thorndike’s law of effect. ���@���H 1 0 obj Describe briefly the supplementary laws of learning Explain Thorndike’s theory of learning with special emphasis on classroom implications . Thorndike's theory of learning -----1. 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Skinner was responsible for developing “programmed learning,”based on Instead, we focus on three big ideas that underlie most of current scholarship and practice: learning as a process of active engagement; As initially outlined by Bandura, key tenets of social learning theory are as follows: 1. “Learning is the process whereby knowledge is created through the … ��)>��Vs�ǙP'�*�{�a�h��i�9��H��]��G������t����h7ۥ��ۖ�}��\�]�Ң��vޢf@��E�n9�� ���Y�H�'�:�څl"�L��A+r��)��<0ND���FI\���A�r�v��к [_@���C�ƕ�~� A:߳y�Ƚ�����h�ť0Ԩ��d���ϊ�+A~���^�)��k�₇~�.����� [cf?�xY����}3'��̮��#�0������[nf�u��F��:��'RA�'������馊[�a=��E������f F���h endobj 0000006808 00000 n Connectionism was meant to be a general theory of learning for animals and humans. Introduction: B. F. 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Terdapat penjelasan yang perlu digarisbawahi mengenai teori belajar Thorndike, yaitu: 1) Belajar dapat dilakukan dengan mencoba-coba; 2) proses pembeajaran akan menghasilkan sebuah keterampilan yang harus diasah; 3) pembelajaran yang akan memberikan Thorndike is perhaps best-known for the theory he called the law of effect, which emerged from his research on how cats learn to escape from puzzle boxes. Skinner (1938), like Thorndike, put animals in boxes and observed them to see what they were able to learn. 0000000016 00000 n 3. 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Skinner was responsible for developing “programmed learning,”based on Instead, we focus on three big ideas that underlie most of current scholarship and practice: learning as a process of active engagement; As initially outlined by Bandura, key tenets of social learning theory are as follows: 1. “Learning is the process whereby knowledge is created through the … ��)>��Vs�ǙP'�*�{�a�h��i�9��H��]��G������t����h7ۥ��ۖ�}��\�]�Ң��vޢf@��E�n9�� ���Y�H�'�:�څl"�L��A+r��)��<0ND���FI\���A�r�v��к [_@���C�ƕ�~� A:߳y�Ƚ�����h�ť0Ԩ��d���ϊ�+A~���^�)��k�₇~�.����� [cf?�xY����}3'��̮��#�0������[nf�u��F��:��'RA�'������馊[�a=��E������f F���h endobj 0000006808 00000 n Connectionism was meant to be a general theory of learning for animals and humans. Introduction: B. F. 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Terdapat penjelasan yang perlu digarisbawahi mengenai teori belajar Thorndike, yaitu: 1) Belajar dapat dilakukan dengan mencoba-coba; 2) proses pembeajaran akan menghasilkan sebuah keterampilan yang harus diasah; 3) pembelajaran yang akan memberikan Thorndike is perhaps best-known for the theory he called the law of effect, which emerged from his research on how cats learn to escape from puzzle boxes. Skinner (1938), like Thorndike, put animals in boxes and observed them to see what they were able to learn. 0000000016 00000 n 3. 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Thorndike was especially interested in the application of his theory to education including mathematics (Thorndike, 1922), spelling and reading (Thorndike, 1921), measurement of intelligence (Thorndike et al., 1927) and adult learning (Thorndike at al., 1928). 0000008341 00000 n learning comprehensible: “Whatever you do in the presence of a stimulus, you do again when that stimulus is re-presented” (Grippen & Peters, 1984 p. 61). Important as the work of these and other researchers was, behaviorism was most developed as a theory of learning by B. F. Skinner. The father of modern behaviorism, B. F. Skinner (1904–1990), further developed Thorndike’s behaviorist learning theory focused on stimulus and response. 0000085351 00000 n For his research, Thorndike used animals (e.g., cats and chickens) which were placed in "puzzle boxes" and measured learning in terms of the amount of time it took for the animal to operate a latch and escape. 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Skinner was responsible for developing “programmed learning,”based on Instead, we focus on three big ideas that underlie most of current scholarship and practice: learning as a process of active engagement; As initially outlined by Bandura, key tenets of social learning theory are as follows: 1. “Learning is the process whereby knowledge is created through the … ��)>��Vs�ǙP'�*�{�a�h��i�9��H��]��G������t����h7ۥ��ۖ�}��\�]�Ң��vޢf@��E�n9�� ���Y�H�'�:�څl"�L��A+r��)��<0ND���FI\���A�r�v��к [_@���C�ƕ�~� A:߳y�Ƚ�����h�ť0Ԩ��d���ϊ�+A~���^�)��k�₇~�.����� [cf?�xY����}3'��̮��#�0������[nf�u��F��:��'RA�'������馊[�a=��E������f F���h endobj 0000006808 00000 n Connectionism was meant to be a general theory of learning for animals and humans. Introduction: B. F. 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Terdapat penjelasan yang perlu digarisbawahi mengenai teori belajar Thorndike, yaitu: 1) Belajar dapat dilakukan dengan mencoba-coba; 2) proses pembeajaran akan menghasilkan sebuah keterampilan yang harus diasah; 3) pembelajaran yang akan memberikan Thorndike is perhaps best-known for the theory he called the law of effect, which emerged from his research on how cats learn to escape from puzzle boxes. Skinner (1938), like Thorndike, put animals in boxes and observed them to see what they were able to learn. 0000000016 00000 n 3. 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The laws as initially formulated by Thorndike are three in … Thorndike put a hungry cat in a puzzle box and there was only one door for exit which could be opened by correctly manipulating a latch. Theory of Learning Thorndike created 13 basic rules I want us to pause after each one and check if you think this is a universal principle. 2. 0000004458 00000 n Thorndike was especially interested in the application of his theory to education including mathematics (Thorndike, 1922), spelling and reading (Thorndike, 1921), measurement of intelligence (Thorndike et al., 1927) and adult learning (Thorndike at al., 1928). 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