Cognitive constructivism

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Cognitive constructivism

  1. 1. Cognitive Constructivist
  2. 2. Cognitive Constructivist
  3. 3. Content Page 1. Overview of Cognitive Constructivist 2. Implications of Cognitive Constructivism 3. Types of Instructions Of Cognitive Constructivism
  4. 4. Overview Piaget’s theory of cognitive development - Information that can be immediately understand and use cannot be “given”. - Learners must “construct” their own knowledge. - Knowledge is built through experience.
  5. 5. Overview Teacher’s role - To provide a rich environment for the spontaneous exploration of the child. - Encourages students to become active constructors of their own knowledge through experiences that encourages assimilation and accommodation.
  6. 6. General Implications
  7. 7. General Implications Learning is an active process - This indicates that direct experience, making errors, and looking for solutions are vital for assimilation and accommodation of information.
  8. 8. General Implications Learning is an active process - The way of how information is presented to the learner is important - Information introduced served as a tool rather than just being a fact.
  9. 9. General Implications Learning should be meaningful and based on the real world - Meaning is constructed as learners interact in meaningful ways with the world around them.
  10. 10. General Implications Learning should be meaningful and based on the real world - Learners are more likely to learn when they are involved in meaningful activities
  11. 11. Types of Instructions Less emphasis is placed on direct teaching skills but more on learning in a meaningful learning. Examples that offers a wide array of such opportunities, Technology

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