Rogers’ Humanist Theory.

205 ViewsView All Theories Developed by the American psychologist Carl Rogers in the 1980s, facilitative learning is a humanistic approach to learning. Humanism. Humanism was developed to contrast cognitivism and behaviourism. Both Rogers and Maslow (see above) based their work Read more…

Laird’s Sensory Theory.

165 ViewsView All Theories In 1985 Dugan Laird stated in his book ” Approaches to Training and Development ” that learning occurs when the senses are stimulated. He quoted research that found that 75% of an adult’s knowledge was obtained Read more…

The Peter Principle.

177 ViewsView All Theories The Peter Principle was developed by American educational theorist Laurence Peter and was explained in the book “The Peter Principle” that Peter wrote with his colleague, Raymond Hull. Originally the book was supposed to be a Read more…