The way people learn

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The way people learn by Mind Map: The way people learn

1. Collaborative learning

2. Learning Styles

2.1. Active learning

2.2. Authentic learning

2.3. 21 century learning

2.3.1. Creativity

2.3.2. Critical thinking

2.3.2.1. Gaming and gamification

2.3.3. Communication

2.3.3.1. Collaboration

2.4. Multimedia learning

2.4.1. Multiple media formats

2.4.1.1. Video based learning

2.4.1.2. Podcast

2.4.1.3. Slideshow

2.5. Auditory learner

2.5.1. Visual learner

2.5.1.1. Kinesthetic learner

2.5.1.2. Read

2.5.1.2.1. Spatial

2.5.2. Musical

2.6. Generational learning

3. Constructivism

3.1. Cognitive constructivism

3.1.1. Peer learning

3.1.1.1. Project based learning

3.2. Social constructivism

3.2.1. anchored instruction

3.2.1.1. Games

3.3. Radical constructivism

3.3.1. Reality

3.3.1.1. Objectivity

3.4. Maker spaces

4. Leaning and neuroscience

4.1. Motivation and learning

4.2. Creating

4.3. Applying

5. Maker spaces

5.1. Help students focus

5.2. Teaches basic problem solving

5.3. Encourage Rethinking the concept

6. Bloom's taxonomy

6.1. Evaluation

6.2. Synthesis

6.3. Analysis

6.4. Application

6.5. Comprehension

6.6. Knowledge

7. Andragogy

7.1. Self directed learners

7.2. Internal motivation

7.3. Self concept

7.4. Readiness

8. Behaviorism

8.1. Punishment of negative behavior

8.2. Reinforcement of positive behavior

9. Personal constuct

9.1. Cognition

9.2. Anticipation

9.3. Prediction

10. Biological primary and secondary knowledge

10.1. Measures of cognitive load

10.2. Biological mechanism

11. Learning theories

11.1. Cognitive development theory

11.2. Cognitive load theory

11.3. Chaos theory

11.4. Social learning theory

11.5. Activity theory

12. Constructionism

12.1. Motivation and learning

12.2. Metacognition

12.3. Situated cognition