Praxis II PLT
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He believed in cognitive constructivism, where students construct their own knowledge when they interact in social ways. Learning involves risk taking and mistakes but over time students develop greater moral and intellectual capacities. Thus creating new with old knowledge.
4 Stages of Piaget's Theory
Sensorimotor Level, preoperational, concrete operational, formal operational
Learning based on moral development and cognitive reasoning.
Students learn based on the environment and from other students more than the teacher. The teacher prepares so that it promotes cognitive and emotional development.
Establish the progressive education practice that fosters individuality free activity and learning through experience. Have students teach for best learning to occur.
Learning is an active process in which learners construction new ideas or concepts based on their current and past knowledge. Learning occurs through discovery, known as inquiry.
emphasizes how culture and social interaction guide cognitive development. Deals with ZPD, cooperative learning, scaffolding and language used for internal learning.
Opposite of discovery learning
Expository teaching - teacher presents information in a purposeful way
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