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Lesson 6 edtech2

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  • 1. Lesson 6:
  • 2. Constructivism Generative Learning CONCEPTUAL Discovery MODELS LearningMeaningful Learning
  • 3. ActiveStudents are willing to perform Students already haveclass  Constructive of Characteristics work to find connectionssomeMeaningful Learning knowledge that isMeaningful Learning  Intentionalbetween what they already knowrelevant Authentic to new learning.and what they can learn.  Cooperative
  • 4. This kind of learning is differentiated fromIn discovery learning, it is important that the reception learning in which ideas are presentedstudent become personally involved andway, directly to students in a well-organized not Discovery Learningsubjected by the teacher to set of instructions to such as through a detailed procedures he/sheis not allowedexperiment or task. complete an to depart from.
  • 5.  Generative learningis viewed as differentGenerativefrom the simple Learningprocess of storinginformation.
  • 6.  Recall Generative  Integration Learning  Organization Strategies  Elaboration
  • 7.  Recall It involves the learner pulling information from long term memory.
  • 8.  Integration It involves the learner to integrating new knowledge with prior knowledge.
  • 9.  Organization Involves the learner relating prior knowledge to new ideas and concept in meaningful ways.
  • 10.  Elaboration Involves the connection of new materials to information or ideas already in the learner’s mind.
  • 11. Constructivism  Von Glasersfeld Describes constructivism as, “ a theory of knowledge with roots in philosophy, psychology, and cybernetics.”
  • 12.  Constructivist Learning Theories cognitive constructivismJean Piaget “ inside the learners head”.William Perry social constructivism
  • 13. Accepted Principles Constructivism • Learning consists of what a person can actively assemble for himself and not what he can receive passively. •The role of learning is to help the individual live/adapt to his personal world.
  • 14. Three Practical ImplicationsThe learner is directly responsiblefor learning. The context of meaningful learningconsists in the learner “connecting”his school activity with real life. The purpose of education isacquisition of practical and personalknowledge, not abstract or universaltruths.
  • 15. Learners are active, purposeful learners, set personal goals and strategies toachieve these goals make their learning experiencemeaningful and relevant to their lives. seek to build an understanding oftheir personal worlds so they canwork/ live productively.build on what they already know inorder to interpret and respond to newexperience.