Who is in the center of the learning/teaching process in constructivism approach?
What is the role of the teacher in constructivism class?
A guide, who plans, organizes, provides directions; someone who inspires and challenges to create new things from what the learners already know.
An organizer who gives strict structure to the class work, provides all information from A- Z
Lecturer, who speaks in front of the time 80% of the class and the rest of the time checks the tasks.
A guide, who plans every minute of the class, organizes the smallest activity - from standing up to sitting down- and provides extra directions for the task when ever has an opportunity.
In constructivism, students work in:
groups, pairs and individually.
only in groups
only in pairs
The assessment tools of a constructivism classes are:
Quizzes and tests
What are the 3 key aspects Piaget noted in his theory of constructivism?
schemes, assimilation, reflection
schemes, creation, accommondation
schemes, assimilation, accommondation
discovery, assmiliation, accommondation
What two aspects, according to Vygotsky's theory, are crucial for constructivism?
socialization and controlling
socialization and education
education and rules
What are the cognitive strategies pointed out by Vygotsky?
questioning, predicting, applying, summarizing
questioning, creating, summarizing, clarifying
questioning, predicting, summarizing, interpreting
questioning, predicting, summarizing, clarifying
What are the 4 ways how students can generate ideas and understandings that are new to them?
interpretation, usage, synthesis, evaluation
interpretation, analysis, synthesis, evaluation
interpretation, analysis, discussion, evaluation
Which level of knowledge construction requires knowledge construction, but not to apply their knowledge in a new context?
What is the key of the final level of knowledge constructivism activities?
Applying the knowledge gained in a new setting in one subject.
Applying the knowledge gained in familiar setting.
Applying the knowledge gained in a new setting in two or more subjects.