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2. Constructivism GenerativeLearning CONCEPTUAL Discovery MODELSLearningMeaningful Learning 3. ActiveStudents are willing to perform Students already haveclass Constructive ofCharacteristicswork to find connectionssomeMeaningful Learningknowledge that isMeaningful Learning Intentionalbetween what they already knowrelevant Authentic to new learning.and what they can learn. Cooperative 4. This kind of learning is differentiated fromIn discovery learning, it is important that the reception learning in which ideas are presentedstudent become personally involved andway, directly to students in a well-organized notDiscovery Learningsubjected by the teacher to set of instructions to such as through a detailed procedures he/sheis not allowedexperiment or task. complete an to depart from. 5. Generative learningis viewed as differentGenerativefrom the simpleLearningprocess of storinginformation. 6. Recall Generative Integration Learning OrganizationStrategies Elaboration 7. RecallIt involves the learnerpulling informationfrom long termmemory. 8. Integration It involves the learner to integrating new knowledge with prior knowledge. 9. Organization Involves the learner relating prior knowledge to new ideas and concept in meaningful ways. 10. Elaboration Involves the connection of new materials to information or ideas already in the learners mind. 11. Constructivism Von Glasersfeld Describes constructivism as, a theory of knowledge with roots in philosophy, psychology, and cybernetics. 12. Constructivist LearningTheories cognitive constructivismJean Piaget inside thelearners head.William Perry social constructivism 13. Accepted PrinciplesConstructivism Learning consists of whata person can activelyassemble for himself andnot what he can receivepassively.The role of learning is tohelp the individuallive/adapt to his personalworld. 14. Three Practical ImplicationsThe learner is directly responsiblefor learning. The context of meaningful learningconsists in the learner connectinghis school activity with real life. The purpose of education isacquisition of practical and personalknowledge, not abstract or universaltruths. 15. Learners are active, purposeful learners, set personal goals and strategies toachieve these goals make their learning experiencemeaningful and relevant to their lives. seek to build an understanding oftheir personal worlds so they canwork/ live productively.build on what they already know inorder to interpret and respond to newexperience.