Learning is a process of adjustments one uses to encompass new situations and information.
Learning occurs through positive reinforcement.
Learning is external.
Learning occurs when the teacher facilitates the instruction.
To facilitate the lesson.
To guide the students through the lesson.
To role model the lesson being learned.
To provide constant positive feedback.
To follow the instruction given by the teacher.
To work individually on all assignments.
To abide by the parameters enforced by the teacher.
To combine previous experiences with new experiences.
Learning is learned by repetition.
Learning is taught.
Learning is active, not passive.
Learning is only internal.
Technology alone for all learning experiences.
Technology to explore various topics.
Technology to assist teacher led instruction.
Technology to engage students in discussion of class outlines.
This is not a proper Constructivist approach because the students are being directed by the teachers instruction.
This is an excellent demonstration of the Constructivist approach because it directs them in learning about the five primary social institutions.
This was a good example of how the Constructive approach allows for teacher direct instruction.
This was a proper use of the Constructivist approach because the students were given parameters as to how to complete their design.
This scenario infers that the students must have been given the information on the topic by the teacher.
This scenario infers that the students followed the teachers direct instruction on how to complete the assignment.
This scenario infers that the students had to understand the expectations of the assignment provided by the teacher.
This scenario infers that the students had to develop the assignment utilizing their own experience and past knowledge.
Student works collaboratively on a project.
Teacher facilitates the learning.
Teacher directs all instruction and learning.
Student develops a project, utilizing past experiences.
Students learn better when thinking and understanding, instead of memorizing.
Students learn better when they are provided with specific parameters to follow.
Students learn better when utilizing repetitive practice, instead of memorizing.
Students learn better when they are utilizing only the external factors that they are exposed to in the classroom.