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  • Humanistic Theory by Psychologist Carl Rogers

    Humanistic Theory by Psychologist Carl Rogers

    Carl Rogers (1902-1987) was a humanistic psychologist. He supported the views of Maslow and added; an environment with genuineness, acceptance and empathy is needed for a person to grow. Rogers believed that a person reaches to self-actualisation level when they achieve their goals, wishes and desires at all stages of their life.

    Humanistic psychology emphasised the role of an individual in shaping their internal and external world. 

  • Delivery through a virtual classroom | Webinar

    Delivery through a virtual classroom | Webinar

    Interested in becoming a teacher without going to university? We've got you covered!

  • Gagne’s Conditions of Learning (1985)

    Gagne’s Conditions of Learning (1985)

    Robert Gagne describes conditions of learning as a means through which individuals and groups acquire relevant skills to be accepted in society. Learning is a direct result of human behaviour which is influenced by the environment and the individual thinking process of learners.

    The foundations of Gagne’s Condition of learning lies in the theories of behaviourism. He also mentioned that learning a specific skill depends on previous learning skills in a logical and sequential manner that contributes to building a learning experience. 

  • Cognitive Learning Theory

    Cognitive Learning Theory

    Cognitive learning is a style of learning that maximises the brain's potential. It actively helps the brain to gather new information, connect it with the existing knowledge and deepen the retention capacity. Cognition is the ability to absorb and retain information through experience, thoughts and senses. Cognitive learning theory explains how internal and external factors affect the learning process.

  • Delivery through a virtual classroom | On-Demand Webinar

    Delivery through a virtual classroom | On-Demand Webinar

    Interested in becoming a teacher without going to university? We've got you covered!

    In this LIVE session, the ELN Training Manager himself will be online to provide an overview of delivery through a virtual classroom, career prospects and answer your frequently asked questions regarding studying these courses online with us.

  • Erikson’s Theory of Emotion & Learning

    Erikson’s Theory of Emotion & Learning

    Erik Erikson (1902-1994) was a theorist who modified Freud’s controversial psychosexual theory into eight stages of psychosocial theory of development. According to him, the socialisation process consists of eight phases which he called the eight stages of man. These eight stages were formulated through a range of experiences in psychotherapy including children and adolescents from low, middle and upper social classes. These stages provided structure to the learning and development of individuals at each stage of life. Erickson was particularly interested in how social interaction and relationships affect the development of human beings.