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205: Dominant Learning Theories vs. Personal Liberty

Can we find a model for knowledge acquisition that respects the individual by combining aspects of the dominant learning theories, instead of discarding them entirely? Topics: 1. John, the Admin of the Libertarian Teachers Group at schoolsucksproject.com, posted an interesting piece in the forum called Learning Theories and their Subsequent Pedagogy – Which one is most Libertarian? 2. Osborne and I discuss this post on our 3-21-13 live show, and I read a paper I wrote in 2002 called "My Philosophy of Education", written for an Intro to Education class. 3. I provide more detail of the newest of the learning theories: connectivism 4. I try to answer the question, Which learning theory is most Libertarian? Objectivism (5 Branches of ...

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SchoolSucksTV #7: Learning Theories

Osborne and I discuss behaviorism, constructivism and cognitivism. I read a college paper I wrote in 2002 called "My Philosophy of Education." I was young, dumb and full of liberal idealism. The discussion originated in the Libertarian Teachers Group in the forums. The thread was titled "Learning Theories and their Subsequent Pedagogy -- Which one is most Libertarian?" Available here: https://schoolsucksproject.com/community/forums/

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