Piaget, Bruner, And Vygotsky's Learning Experiences

944 Words 4 Pages
Register to read the introduction… Piaget’s , Bruner’s and Vygotsky’s theory are similar in that they all claim that Kermit’s learning is based on cognitive development and not the process of learning itself. These three philosophers all suggest that because Kermit is an adult learner, their theories have no way of indicating the success of Kermit’s learning in the story. Piaget, Bruner, and Vygotsky also evoke similarities in the process by which a learner should gain learning outcomes. On similarity in the learner outcomes that really stand out is the ability for the learner to use outside focuses such as the world, the people around them and their culture. The Cognitive Information Processing Theory tends to focus on process of the mind in the learning

Related Documents