Cognitive Learning Theory

The Cognitive Learning Theory suggests that learning is an active mental process involving the acquisition, organization, and application of knowledge. It emphasizes the role of cognitive processes such as attention, memory, and problem-solving in learning. The theory highlights the importance of meaningful learning, critical thinking, and providing learners with opportunities to actively construct their knowledge.

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