QuestionsCategory: Learning and TeachingGive a brief description of Thorndike’s trial and error theory.
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E.L. Thorndike propounded the theory of trial and error. He believes that behavior is the result of a response to a stimulus. According to him, learning is associated with responses, impressions, and sense to action. Thorndike’s views are often referred to as connectionism as it believes in the connection of stimulus and response. Thorndike referred to it as connecting and selecting or trial and error theory since learning results from repetition. Thorndike proposed three laws of learning namely: Law of readiness Law of effect Law of exercise   Read Full Lesson: Thorndike’s trial and error theory Read Full Lesson: Educational Implications of Trial and Error Theory Read Full Lesson: Advantages and Disadvantages of Trial and Error Theory