J. Ebanks
When I teach I want students to learn and stayon task but I want learning to be self motivated.Children have an innate des...
   Humans gain knowledge through their    experiences and ideas   It is interaction between human experience,    behavio...
   Child are active    learners and do not    need motivation from    adults to learn   Children are    constructing new...
   With Technology        Without Technology   Using Web Quest        Student-centered    scavenger and           acti...
   Learning is an active    process in which the    learner constructs ew    idea or concepts    based on his current    ...
   Without Technology   Discover concepts by themselves   Create discussion opportunities   Socratic method of learning
   Learning was    influenced significantly    by social development   Learning took place in    context of child’s    s...
   Without technology   Collaborative learning   Learn students cognitive/social development    scaffold upon it   Anc...
   Encouraged educators    to reflect on their    strategies and create    activities than combine    concrete and practi...
   With technology        Without technology   Use internet as a      Education begins    manipulative to         with...
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Constructivism

  1. 1. J. Ebanks
  2. 2. When I teach I want students to learn and stayon task but I want learning to be self motivated.Children have an innate desire to learn and arecurious so with guidance children could havethe potential to learn beyond grade level.I do believe teachers do need to help childrenlearn and acquire greater skills but the studentsare capable of learning anything with properinstruction and help.
  3. 3.  Humans gain knowledge through their experiences and ideas It is interaction between human experience, behaviors and reflexes. Through accommodations and assimilations students can create new knowledge
  4. 4.  Child are active learners and do not need motivation from adults to learn Children are constructing new knowledge as they move though different cognitive stages Children assimilate experiences to change their knowledge base http://www.notablebiog raphies.com/Pe- Pu/Piaget-Jean.html
  5. 5.  With Technology  Without Technology Using Web Quest  Student-centered scavenger and activities that treasure hunts, actively engage curriculum pahes, students in the and many other learning process educational  Actively technologies investigating
  6. 6.  Learning is an active process in which the learner constructs ew idea or concepts based on his current or past knowledge Students may http://oaks.nvg.org/jerome-bruner.htm complete a variety of activities while learning about a topic
  7. 7.  Without Technology Discover concepts by themselves Create discussion opportunities Socratic method of learning
  8. 8.  Learning was influenced significantly by social development Learning took place in context of child’s social development and culture Started Zone of Proximal Development http://www.muskingu Child can achieve from m.edu/~psych/psycwe collaboration with a b/history/vygotsky.ht more advanced peer or m expert
  9. 9.  Without technology Collaborative learning Learn students cognitive/social development scaffold upon it Anchored instruction
  10. 10.  Encouraged educators to reflect on their strategies and create activities than combine concrete and practical relevance to students’ lives School is a community that represents a larger picture Students should work http://dewey.pragmatism.org/ cooperatively with each other
  11. 11.  With technology  Without technology Use internet as a  Education begins manipulative to with experience search for  Explore curriculum, information conduct science experiments, use manipulative for math

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