I'm a visual learner and graphic organizers are of great help to my learning. Below you will find a few charts to help with understanding the plethora of learning theories. From these and the above text by Schunk, I have created my own learning theory chart (scroll to the bottom of the page) pertinent to the educational setting.
The above image is from Richard Millwood's blog on Learning Theory. He also offers a live CmapTools version with clickable links to Wikipedia and InfEd.
The above image is from BlendSpace.com, an educational website used to flipped classrooms, improve project-based learning, and differentiated learning.
The above image is the heading for my learning theory chart (a work in progress) that highlights rationalism and empiricism. These two historic, philosophical positions are recognizable as precursors to contemporary learning theories found in educational settings. Schunk (2016) states, "although philosophical positions and learning theories do not neatly map onto one another, conditioning theories typically are empiricist whereas cognitive theories are more rationalistic" (p. 7).