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  • 1. CONSTRUCTIVISM By: James Glendon Renfroe
  • 2. Constructivism A theory about how people learn.
  • 3. Founders of Constructivism Piaget Bruner
  • 4. Constructivism  Curriculum-devloped on interest  Students – work in groups- actively involved
  • 5. Traditional  Curriculum- fixed  Students – empty vessel- work Individually
  • 6. Constructivism  Teacher’s Role- Facilitator  Assessment-observations , process authentic
  • 7. Traditional  Teacher’s Role- Authoritative  Assessments- Test, correct answers
  • 8. PAR Model •Present •Apply •Review
  • 9. Step 1 -  Present- Learning goals introduced
  • 10. Step 2 Apply - the knowledge skills etc. Involves problem solving, creating
  • 11. Step 3  Review- summarizes and clarifies lesson.
  • 12. Scenario  Present - Explain that certain animals go through changes
  • 13.  Apply- students will watch and observe tadpoles becoming frogs
  • 14.  Review – students will review the stages