Constructivism Revisited

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Constructivism is a theory of learning where humans construct meaning from current knowledge structures. This philosophical framework is a set of assumptions about the nature of human learning that guide constructivist learning theories and teaching methods of education. Constructivism values developmentally appropriate facilitator-supported learning that is initiated and directed by the learner.
What has it to do with learning?
It implies that learners have previous idea about the things we teach. The problem lies whether the ideas that they have will be complete or incomplete or right or wrong. It is our task to bring out these ideas and attempt to complete and correct them.

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