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7 The Constructivist Approach to teaching and learning
What is Constructivism?
Jean Piaget, 1896-1980
Concept maps help us begin with information we are familiar with and branch out to build new ideas.
To further Piaget’s thinking....
Piaget’s 4 Stages of Development are…
Lets move on, shall we? Can any one tell me one reason why constructivism is important?
How does the constructivist teacher make this style work?
What does student- centered mean?
What about the constructivist classroom? "Students should be presented with real life problems and then helped to discover information required to solve them" John Dewey
Important roles of the Teacher
Classroom Learning Theories and Management
NO YES Question 3 Question 2 Question 1 Topic 1 Next Topic 1.
Making A Change in Education and Gaining Knowledge Through Experiences.
CONSTRUCTIVIST LEARNING THEORY
Teaching What is it?. Teaching How should mathematics be taught?
The Constructivist Approach to teaching and learning
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Constructivism Introduction Meaning Basic ideas Constructivists’ ideas
Constructivist and Directed Models The Differences Between The Two.
What Every Principal Needs to Know about Constructivism
Amanda Raker, Becky Pokrandt, Erin Vollmer
By Tani. What is Constructivism? Based on a type of learning in which the learner forms, or constructs, much of what he comprehends Constructivists agree.
Piaget’s Developmental Stages & Constructivist Theory
What is Constructivism in Education? Adam Curtis.
BY:KATHLEEN SCHIEL Constructivism. THE CONSTRUCTIVISM THEORY ARGUES THAT HUMANS BUILD NEW KNOWLEDGE AND MEANING THROUGH EXPERIENCES. STUDENTS LEARN.
Constructivism: The Learners Own World of Knowledge
Constructivism Sunny Science Seekers. Key People Jean Piaget Lev Vygotsky John Dewey Jerome Bruner
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