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The History of Learning Theories

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Zeitgeist: The Boston Latin School was established

Psychological Event: John Locke published Some Thoughts Concerning Education

Psychological Event: Modeling by Bandura; the Bobo doll experiment

Zeitgeist: America gains it's independence.

Zeitgeist: Massachusetts passes a compulsory education law

Psychological Event: Wilhelm Wundt taught the first psychology course.

Zeitgeist: The Federal Government established the Office of Education

Psychological Event: Hermann Ebbinghaus Forgetting Curve Zeitgeist: Insert Here

Psychological Event: Lewis Terman revises the Stanford-Binet scale of intelligence Zeitgeist: the Keating-Owen Child Labor Act Child Labor Laws: 1916-1941 | Oklahoma Historical SocietyStudent...Oklahoma Historical Society | OHS

Psychological Event: Connectionism, George Siemens and Stephen Downes Zeitgeist: Reauthorization of the Individuals With Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) to align with the standards of the No Child Left Behind Act

Psychological Event: Pavlov's research on Classical Conditioning

Psychological Event: Alfred Binet's IQ Test Zeitgeist: The U.S. Supreme Court requires California to extend public education to the children of Chinese immigrants. Historical Timeline of Public Education in the US1647 The General Court of the Massachusetts Bay Colony decrees that every town of fifty families should have an elementary school and that every town...Raceforward

Psychological Event: George Miller's Short-Term Memory Theory

Psychological Event: Bartlett's Schema Theory Zeitgeist: 3/4 of schools are using intelligence testing Historical Timeline of Public Education in the US1647 The General Court of the Massachusetts Bay Colony decrees that every town of fifty families should have an elementary school and that every town...Raceforward

Psychological Event: Jerome Bruner Theory of Development

Psychological Event: Piaget's Theory of Cognitive Development Zeitgeist: The Second New Deal

Psychological Event: Abraham Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs Zeitgeist: The West Virginia State Board of Education V. Barnette Court Case

Psychological Event: The Little Albert Experiment Zeitgeist: The Nebraska Legislature passed the Siman Act in response to the events of WWI. Language Access History: An Era of Anti-German FeelingAfter WWI, the U.S. Supreme Court struck down the Siman Act, putting a hold on English-only laws then sweeping across the...Bromberg & Associates

Psychological Event: Skinner's Theory of Operant Conditioning Zeitgeist: The Fair Labor Standards Act

Psychological Event: Multimedia Learning, Richard Mayer Zeitgeist: The No Child Left Behind Act was proposed in 2001 and signed into law in 2002 by George Bush

Psychological Event: Barry Zimmerman self-regulated learning Zeitgeist: The Student Loan Reform Act Department of Education Timeline1787: The Northwest Ordinance provides grants of federal land for the establishment of educational institutions.11862: The Morrill Act provides...Downsizing the Federal Government

Psychological Event: Cognitive Load Theory

Psychological Event: Charles Reigeluth's Elaboration Theory

Psychological Event: Scaffolding

Psychological Event: Baddley and Hitch Theory of Working Memory

Psychological Event: Craik and Lockhart's Theory Zeitgeist: The Federal Education Act of 1972 (better known as Title IX)

Psychological Event: Allan Paivois's Theory Zeitgeist: The 26th Amendment lowered the voting age The 26th AmendmentDear Educators, The Education and Public Programs Team at the Nixon Library is pleased to remind you that the National Archives and Records...Nixonlibrary

Psychological Event: Atkinson's and Shriffin's Model of Memory Zeitgeist: The Bilingual Education Act of 1968 Bilingual Education Act | Definition, 1968, Summary, & FactsBilingual Education Act, U.S. legislation (1968) that offered federal grants to school districts for the purpose of creating educational programs for...Encyclopedia Britannica

Psychological Event: David Ausubel's Subsumption Theory Zeitgeist: The Vocational Education Act of 1963

Psychological Event: John Watson and Behaviorism Psychological Event: Edward Thorndike's Laws of Learning

Psychological Event: Robert Gagne's Theory Zeitgeist: The Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) was signed Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA)The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) was signed by President Obama on December 10, 2015, and represents good news for our nation's schools. This...Ed

Psychological Event: Sociocultural Theory; Leo Vygotsky's Zone of Proximal Development Zeitgeist: Educational Television Facilities Act of 1962

Zeitgeist: Mississippi is the last state to pass Compulsory Education

Psychological Event: Cognitive Affective Theory of Learning with Media

Psychological Event: Self-determination theory Zeitgeist: The Higher Education Opportunity Act

Psychological Event: Online collaborative learning theory

Psychological Event: Plass and Kaplan's Emotional Design Theory of Digital Media Zeitgeist: The Every Student Succeeds Act: Was passed at the very end of 2015, going into the new year of 2016.

Zeitgeist: COVID

Zeitgeist: The Culmination of Theories - Expansion of Universal Pre-K, Reformation of Student Loan Policies, and the Promotion of STEM education

Psychological Event: Guthrie's Contiguity Theory Zeitgeist: Impacts of WWII

References Used:https://www.bls.org/apps/pages/index.jsp?uREC_ID=206116&type=dhttps://suny.buffalostate.edu/news/1871-2021-short-history-education-united-states

  • In 1852 Massachusetts passed a compulsory education law. They required that children go to school, or else they would be fined or have their children taken away and put into an apprenticeship. This event is important to include on this timeline because it highlights the influence of when our states initially started requiring that school was necessary for children.

Massachusetts Compulsory Education Law

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References used:https://www2.ed.gov/about/overview/focus/what.html#:~:text=Although%20the%20Department%20is%20a,statistics%20about%20the%20nation's%20schools.

Piaget's Theory

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Operant Conditioning

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Edward Thorndike

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Jerome Bruner

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States that no person should be excluded from education based on their sex.

The Federal Education Act of 1972 better known as Title IX

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https://www.epa.gov/external-civil-rights/title-ix-education-amendments-act-1972#:~:text=Title%20IX%20provides%3A,activity%20receiving%20Federal%20financial%20assistance.

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