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Theoretical Knowledge Base

Johnny Hughes

Capella University

Dr. Salha Jeizan

ED5542 – Masters Capstone in K-12 Studies in Education

October 20, 2018


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Theoretical Knowledge Base

Capella University Schools of Education Program Outcome Major Theories Supporting Outcome and
Associated Primary Founder
1. Content Knowledge: Have content expertise in the subject matter or discipline of  Social Constructivism: Jerome Bruner,
one's profession as a teacher, administrator, counselor, or school psychologist Lev Vygotsky (UCD Teaching and
Learing, 2018)
2. Diversity: Have the knowledge, skills, and dispositions (that is, competencies) to  Motivational: Abraham Maslow
work successfully with diverse learners, their families, and other professionals. (McLeod, 2018)
3. Professional Knowledge and Skills: Understand the context of schools, education,  Humanist: Carl Rogers, Malcom
and learning; design and deliver assessment-driven standards-based curriculum, Knowles (Learning-Theories, 2018)
instruction, training, or administrative practices
4. Pedagogical Content Knowledge: Understand concepts, theories, and research  Cognitive: Jean Piaget (McLeod, 2018)
about effective teaching and learning and the interaction of subject matter and
pedagogy; use multiple strategies to help students learn subject matter.
5. Use of Current Knowledge: As a practitioner-scholar, apply current theory,  Cognitive: Jean Piaget (McLeod, 2018)
research, and best practice to improve one's professional practice as a teacher,
administrator, counselor, or school psychologist.
6. Generation of New Knowledge: Conduct research to improve practice in  Humanist: Carl Rogers, Malcom
professional settings. Knowles (Learning-Theories, 2018)
7. Data-Informed Planning: Use data, especially about learners, to plan instructional,  Behaviorism: John B. Watson, Ivan
administrative, counseling, or consultative strategies and activities. Pavlov, B.F. Skinner, and Albert
Bandura (Learning-Theories, 2018)
8. Professional Dispositions: Have professional attitudes, values, and beliefs that  Humanist: Carl Rogers, Malcom
support student learning and development. Knowles (Learning-Theories, 2018)

9. Reflective Practice: Engage in reflective practice that leads to continuous  Behaviorism: John B. Watson, Ivan
professional growth and improvement. Pavlov, B.F. Skinner, and Albert
Bandura (Learning-Theories, 2018)
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10. Critical Thinking: Engage in critical thinking, analysis, and problem solving that  Humanist: Carl Rogers, Malcom
reflect scholarly intellectual standards and incorporate sound reasoning. Knowles (Learning-Theories, 2018)
11. Information Technology: Use information technology effectively to improve  Social Constructivism: Jerome Bruner,
learning, productivity, and professional practice. Lev Vygotsky (UCD Teaching and
Learing, 2018)
12. Collaboration: Collaborate successfully with families, other professionals, and  Motivational: Abraham Maslow
community members to mobilize resources for both learners and one's own (McLeod, 2018)
professional growth.
13. Vision and Leadership: Demonstrate the vision and skills necessary to lead and  Humanist: Carl Rogers, Malcom
manage classrooms and schools as complex adaptive systems in a changing world. Knowles (Learning-Theories, 2018)
14. Impact on P-12 Learners: Assess and document that one's professional activities  Behaviorism: John B. Watson, Ivan
as a teacher, administrator, counselor, or school psychologist have a positive impact Pavlov, B.F. Skinner, and Albert
on P-12 learners. Bandura (Learning-Theories, 2018)
15. Communication Skills: Write and speak clearly; communicate effectively with  Motivational: Abraham Maslow
learners, their families, and other professionals in ways appropriate to purpose and (McLeod, 2018)
content (Capella University, 2018).

References

Capella University (2018). Expected program learning outcomes school of education. Retrieved from
https://campus.capella.edu/web/programs/learning-and-career-outcomes/soe/ms-in-education

Learning-Theories (2018). Behaviorism. Retrieved from https://www.learning-theories.com/behaviorism.html

Learning-Theories (2018). Humanism. Retrieved from https://www.learning-theories.com/humanism.html

McLeod, S. (2018). Jean Piaget’s theory of cognitive development. Retrieved from https://www.simplypsychology.org/piaget.html

McLeod, S. (2018). Maslow’s hierarchy of needs. Retrieved from https://www.simplypsychology.org/maslow.html


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UCD Teaching and Learing (2018). Education theory: constructivism and social constructivism. Retrieved from
http://www.ucdoer.ie/index.php/Education_Theory/Constructivism_and_Social_Constructivism