Dwayne Harapnuik’s Learning Philosophy

Dwayne Harapnuik’s Learning Philosophy (linked below) focuses first on the learning and argues that he is a learning facilitator rather than a teacher. Regardless of your position on learning and teaching, creating a learning philosophy will force you to think through and define your beliefs about learning and your role in creating significant learning environments.
Dwayne Harapnuik’s Learning Philosophy – http://www.harapnuik.org/?page_id=95
Educational Development Philosophy – http://www.harapnuik.org/?page_id=4639
Developing Students’ Learning Philosophies – https://www.facultyfocus.com/articles/teaching-and-learning/developing-students-learning-philosophies/
Consider your collaborative discussions and use the resources listed above as starting points in crafting your learning philosophy which will require you to consider a different set of questions. Your learning philosophy should include but not be limited to:
Beliefs about learning in general.
Beliefs about the relationship between teaching and learning.
Beliefs about myself as a learner.
Beliefs on the difference between a learning philosophy vs a teaching philosophy.
Are you a Constructivist, Behaviorist, Cognitivist, or something else and why do you identify with this learning theory? Who is the main theorist of your identified theory?
Connection to one or more learning theories to support your position.

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