The Seven Ways

Intended Learning Outcomes
What students learn
Way of Learning
Origins and theory
Common Methods
What the teacher provides
Building skills
Physical and procedural skills where accuracy, precision, and efficiency are important
Behavioral learning
Behavioral psychology, operant conditioning
Tasks and procedures
Practice exercises
Acquiring knowledge
Basic information, concepts, and terminology in a discipline or field of study
Cognitive learning
Cognitive psychology: attention, information processing, memory
Developing critical, creative, and dialogical thinking
Improved thinking and reasoning processes
Learning through inquiry
Logic, critical and creative thinking theory, classical philosophy
Question-driven inquiries
Cultivating problem solving and decision-making abilities
Mental strategies for finding solutions and making choices
Learning with mental models
Gestalt psychology, problem solving, and decision theory
Case studies
Exploring attitudes, feelings, and perspectives
Awareness of attitudes, biases, and other perspectives, ability to collaborate
Learning through groups and teams
Human communication theory, group counseling theory
Group activities
Team projects
Practicing professional judgment
Sound judgment and appropriate professional action in complex, context-dependent situations 
Learning through virtual realities
Psychodrama, sociodrama, gaming theory
Role playing
Dramatic scenarios
Reflecting on experience
Self-discovery and personal growth from real-world experience
Experiential learning
Experiential learning, cognitive neuroscience, constructivism
Study abroad