An Introduction to Learning Theories.
15 of the most influential learning theories, simplified and explained.
by Paul Stevens-Fulbrook
There are so many learning theories out there, from Vygotsky to Piaget and Bloom to Maslow. It can be very confusing to distill them down into how they can actually help you right?
Wouldn’t it be much easier if there was a book that cherry picked the important parts and explained them in every day language?
Well, your luck is in…
“An Introduction to Learning Theories” takes 15 of the most influential learning theories and simplifies them just for you!
It contains brilliant advice and visuals that will help you apply them in your classroom.
It is a must-read for all educators, from trainee teachers, new teachers and even veteran teachers.
Buy it now and unscramble your brain!
Paul Stevens-Fulbrook is head of key stage 3 Science and a trainee teacher mentor in a large high school in the south of England. He has been teaching for 8 years and his impression of a bee pollinating plants is almost legendary!
He is also an education blogger at teacherofsci.com where his articles have helped over a 100,000 teachers across the globe since April 2018.
His teaching interests include evidence based teaching strategies and student engagement.
Prior to teaching, he was a marine biologist working on coral reef conservation. He daily asks himself what’s harder to work with, children or sharks!