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Excavating knowledge

Photo by Steve Wheeler Theories of learning can be useful in helping us to understand the possibilities of learning, and also to guide teachers in their pedagogical practice. But to which theories should we subscribe? Furthermore, in the digital age where every aspect of our lives is governed by technology, do the theories from the last century still have relevance? The following exploration of the theory known as 'constructivism' may present some clues:Learning relies on the individual...
Tags: Technology, Learning, Education, Knowledge, Web, Teaching, Accommodation, eLearning, Piaget, Bruner, Vygotsky, ZPD, Jerome Bruner, Steve Wheeler, Plymouth England, Assimilation


Comfortably numb

Image from Flickr by Ilmicrofono Oggiono How do teachers get to the place where they are comfortable admitting they don't know everything about their subject? Some might argue that teachers should be expert at the highest level. But is this feasible for everyone and surely there is always scope to learn more? I want to ask the question: how can teachers and their students construct their knowledge together?The process of co-learning between teachers and students can only effectively occur...
Tags: Education, Teaching, Schools, Collaboration, Pedagogy, Flickr, eLearning, Steve Wheeler, Plymouth England, Ilmicrofono Oggiono, Co-construction Of Learning, Co-learning, Negotiation Of Meaning, Social Constructivism



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