The Learning Hack Podcast is starting a new series on the history of learning theorists featuring Donald Clark's work profiling one hundred people who have had a significant influence on learning theory over the last two-and-a-half thousand years.
From Socrates to Seligman and beyond, Donald introduces the one hundred, considering their influence on how learning has developed and how we learn today.
The series spans twenty four episodes over four seasons, grouped together by the type of learning theory they've influenced or the period of history that they belonged to.
A pilot aired in August and season one gets underway this September starting in episode one with the behaviourists, those of the one hundred selected by Donald Clark who have made an impact on behavioural learning theory.
The series is introduced by The Learning Hack Podcast's John Helmer who spoke to Learning News to explain why he believes Great Minds on Learning is essential viewing for the learning profession.
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