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What theory of instruction focuses on what will be taught as opposed to learner-related characteristics?
Subjective-Centered Theory of Learning and Instruction
What theory of instruction is behaviorism-based and concentrates on observable and measureable outcomes?
Objective-Centered Theory of Learning and Instruction
What theory of instruction is cognitivism-based and focuses on the learner's experience during instruction and production of fresh insights?
Experience-Centered Theory of Learning and Instruction
What theory of instruction is developmentalism-based and focuses on matching individual needs to appropriate instructional experiences?
Opportunity-Centered Theory of Learning and Instruction
The "hierarchy of needs" was introduced by whom?
Abraham Maslow
What are the 5 needs in the "hierarchy of needs?"
Self-Actualization
Esteem
Belongingness
Safety
Physiological
Which researcher popularized the terms androgogy and pedagogy?
Malcolm Knowles
What is pedagogy?
A traditional style of teaching based on a didactic model, or lecturing.
What is andragogy?
Malcolm Knowles' theory on adult learning is also known as andragogy.
What are the five principles of andragogy that affect the way adults learn?
Self-concept of the learner
Prior experience
Readiness to learn
Orientation to learning
Motivation to learn