Constructivism

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Who is in the center of the learning/teaching process in constructivism approach?

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  • The teacher

  • The learners

Question 2 of 10

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What is the role of the teacher in constructivism class?

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  • 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.

Question 3 of 10

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In constructivism, students work in:

Select one of the following:

  • groups, pairs and individually.

  • only in groups

  • only in pairs

  • only individually

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The assessment tools of a constructivism classes are:

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  • Quizzes and tests

  • Portfolio

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What are the 3 key aspects Piaget noted in his theory of constructivism?

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  • schemes, assimilation, reflection

  • schemes, creation, accommondation

  • schemes, assimilation, accommondation

  • discovery, assmiliation, accommondation

Question 6 of 10

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What two aspects, according to Vygotsky's theory, are crucial for constructivism?

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  • socialization and controlling

  • socialization and education

  • education and rules

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What are the cognitive strategies pointed out by Vygotsky?

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  • questioning, predicting, applying, summarizing

  • questioning, creating, summarizing, clarifying

  • questioning, predicting, summarizing, interpreting

  • questioning, predicting, summarizing, clarifying

Question 8 of 10

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What are the 4 ways how students can generate ideas and understandings that are new to them?

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  • interpretation, usage, synthesis, evaluation

  • interpretation, analysis, synthesis, evaluation

  • interpretation, analysis, discussion, evaluation

Question 9 of 10

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Which level of knowledge construction requires knowledge construction, but not to apply their knowledge in a new context?

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  • 2

  • 4

  • 1

  • 3

Question 10 of 10

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What is the key of the final level of knowledge constructivism activities?

Select one of the following:

  • 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.

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Constructivism

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A short quiz on main aspects connected with constructivism theory in classroom/education.

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