Social Constructivism, Vygotsky, & Bruner

Comment- Vygotsky was one theorist that believed that a child constructs his/her learning through interaction with the learning environment.

Prof. Ray Schroeder explains in his instructional design site (https://sites.google.com/site/instdesignonline/), social constructivist approaches have been shown to be successful in online learning. Some of the major principles of social constructivism are:

Ray Schroeder explains in his instructional design site (), social constructivist approaches have been shown to be successful in online learning. Some of the major principles of social constructivism

How well do you know your educational theory? Constructivism is behind so much of the hands-on discovery learning we do in the classroom today. Take 2 minutes and learn more about it.

Know Your Terms: Constructivism

Know Your Terms: Constructivism - Constructivism provides students with rich experiences and encourages them to reach their own conclusions.

What is social constructivism?

This is a very short video clip which attempts to briefly explain what Social Constructivism is. The objective is to compare learning theories, here we contr.

Social Constructivism: Literature Circles - YouTube -- for the teacher; examples with HS students

Social Constructivism: Literature Circles - YouTube -- for the teacher; examples with HS students

Here is a website on Social Constructivist Theories. This website includes theorist like   Vygotsky and Piaget. This also includes General Implications of Social Constructivism, Types of Instruction of Social Constructivism and Examples of Social Constructivist Classroom Activities

Great resource for Cognitive Constructivist Theory. Has information, definitions, and ways to implement in the classroom!

Education Theory/Constructivism and Social Constructivism - UCD - CTAG

Education Theory/Constructivism and Social Constructivism in the Classroom - UCD - CTAG

A constructivist approach includes: -Co-constructive learning -Ongoing dialogue between educators and children -Team work -Learning from everyday experiences -Open ended possibilities

A constructivist approach includes: -Co-constructive learning -Ongoing dialogue between educators and children -Team work -Learning from everyday experiences -Open ended possibilities- Cognitive strategies

the differences between constructivism and objectivist (http://lanawhite.wordpress.com/2012/04/05/social-constructivism/)

Social Constructivism

the differences between constructivism and objectivist (http://lanawhite.wordpress.com/2012/04/05/social-constructivism/)

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