Cognitive Learning Theory's impact on Curriculu,

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Psychologists believed that mental events, or cognitivism, could no longer be ignored. According to Blanton (2007), there are many general assumptions of cognitive learning theories such as some learning processes being unique to human beings and cognitive processes are the focus of the study. Another assumption of the theories is that objective, systematic observations of people’s behavior should be the focus of scientific inquiry; however inferences about unobservable mental processes can often be drawn from such behavior...
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Another assumption of the theories is that objective, systematic observations of people’s behavior should be the focus of scientific inquiry; however inferences about unobservable mental processes can often be drawn from such behavior. Cognitive theorists believe that learners are actively involved in the learning process and learning involves the formation of mental associations that are not necessarily reflected in overt behavior changes...
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