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Volume 7, Number 3 / June issue 2021
Cassandra Figgs
Cognitive learning and teaching styles
Abstract

Cognitive learning has been influential in teaching over the years. This article will ultimately discuss how five common teaching styles support cognitive learning. This article will first define the five common teaching styles: authority method, demonstrator method, facilitator style, delegator style and the hybrid method. The article will then go on to define Cognitive learning and activities that are associated with this type of learning. Finally, this article with discuss how the five teaching styles support cognitive learning.
Keywords: cognitive learning, authority method, demonstrator method, facilitator style, delegator style, hybrid method

Cite this article:
Cassandra Figgs. Cognitive learning and teaching styles. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 7(3)2021, 41-48.


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