This course is designed to help participants examine the implications of constructivism for learning and teaching in science, mathematics, and technology focused areas. Course readings, discussions, and assignments will examine constructivist views of learning, research on students' ideas and idea-based interactions, research on instructional approaches taking student ideas into account, and challenges in implementing constructivist perspectives in instruction.
Constructivism and Mathematics, Science, and Technology EducationUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
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TOP REVIEWS FROM CONSTRUCTIVISM AND MATHEMATICS, SCIENCE, AND TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION
It is a life enricher course for anybody interested in education and learning. Thank You
This was a very interesting course. There are a lot of useful tools to engage students in class
the video was a little long it would be better to max extra lecture or video and decrease the length of the video to get the full focus
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