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Early Childhood Education: Theory of Constructivism

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The author of the "Early Childhood Education: Theory of Constructivism" paper examines this theory that can evaluate the audience’s knowledge more adequately than ordinary tests which are often characterized by such notions as intuition, chance, and luck…
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Social Constructivism

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The essay analyzes what is "Social Constructivism". Social constructivism does not distinguish between truth and falsehood, judging both equally suspendable. It leaves no place for the distinction between true and false accounts of nature in its accounts of the development of science. …
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Constructivism
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The essay "Constructivism" explores problem based learning and constructivism. Psychological constructivism has its main concern on the meaning of knowledge at the personal level. It also considers how this knowledge grows to be a common concept…
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Education: Constructivist Approach SEE BELOW

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The constructivist approach to education disagrees with the traditional method of “transmission of knowledge, meaning and interpretation…
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To what extent does Social Constructivism offer New Avenues for Theoretical and Methodological Research in International Relations

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Social Constructivism has emerged as a matter of great significance in the theory of International Relations and social interactions as well as communications are an integral part of the international system …
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Roots of Constructivist Education Traced to Piagetian Theories

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This paper will discuss his theories and contributions to the evolution of education. It aims to make readers appreciate how Piaget has been influential in explaining the cognitive development of children at a time when it was still a great mystery. …
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Piaget to Constructivism
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The following article is being carried out to trace the journey of constructivism from Piaget to contemporary researchers. Thus the discussion can be divided in to two categories Piagetian constructivism and radical or neo-constructivism…
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Applying Constructivism and Objectivism Learning Theories in the Design of Educational Package Software
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This paper is an effort towards understanding theories of Objectivism and Constructivism for development of design of educational package software. These two theories are mutually different from each other in approach. These contribute in understanding the philosophy of learning and education…
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Psychological Theories in Education

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Education has been long considered the noblest profession in the world which has significant impact on the development and progress of every generation of humanity. Reflecting this pertinent role of humanity, the educationists have, from time immemorial, been involved in defining and analyzing the process and strategies of learning which will be useful in improving the standard of teaching and education…
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Apply constructivist and Neo-Liberal theories

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Constructivist theory refers to the process by which individuals assimilate and incorporate new experiences into the already existent frameworks, as a result of being realigned to the specific internal representations. However, the change may also result from the failure to…
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Associationist and Social Constructivist Theories and Their Implications in the Classroom

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The author states that the constructionist theory has certain attributes and capabilities that have proved to work better in imparting knowledge to new students and as such, this can be said to have more positive implications on the learning process in comparison to the associationist approach…
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Constructivism in the Classroom
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The essay "Constructivism in the Classroom" explores Constructivism as a method used by teachers in education. Shifting the focus from the teachers to students, Constructivism diverts from the traditional system of imparting education to students. …
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Important Perspectives in Learning Theories
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The paper 'Important Perspectives in Learning Theories' presents learning which is an in-detachable phenomenon in the life of human beings. From infant to elderly, human beings continue to learn as Plato said “education and admonition commence in the first years of childhood…
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Why is the notion of identity so important for the Constructivist approach

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The main objective behind the same includes the exploration as well as explanation of constructivist theory in the light of the ideas presented…
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How Behaviorism Works - Types and Uses of the Psychological Theories
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The paper “How Behaviorism Works – Types and Uses of the Psychological Theories” presents a set of the matching theories - contiguity, operant conditioning, and classical conditioning theories. The author explains the terms operant conditioning, S-O-R paradigm (Stimulus, Organism, and Response).
 
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Theory Critique Paper:

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Name: Instructor: Course: Date: THEORY CRITIQUE PAPER A theory critique paper requires the proper analysis of given articles by different authors. This analysis is based on the persuasiveness of the evidence given by the authors, their internal reasoning and whether their theoretical statements are logic…
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Discuss the influence of cognitive learning theories on educational policy and practice
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Most Influential Theories used in Learning Instructor: Most influential theories used in learning Learning is one of the processes used in bringing together environmental and personal experiences and influences for enriching, modifying or acquiring one’s skills, values, knowledge, attitudes, world views and behaviors…
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Teaching Styles & Technology
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The objective of this paper is to delineate technologies currently available to support objectivist (traditional) and constructivist (non-traditional) methods of learning in order to help guide primary schools in their learning technology investment decisions, to help teachers effectively apply the new classroom technologies and mold their learning styles in accordance with the students' needs (learning styles).
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Incorporating Creativity in the Classroom
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This paper “Incorporating Creativity in the Classroom” deals with practitioners and theorists’ views on the importance of creativity in schools, factors that hinder creativity. The author investigates how much creativity is integrated into all disciplines, not just into performing arts…
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Technology and Education

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This study is significant as it focuses on the theories. It addresses the ‘why’ question by articulating on the ‘how’ question. This provides a clearer perspective on the intricate, yet, inherent connection between technology and education. …
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Learning Models and Theories
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  This paper addresses the case of Maura in relation to the relevant learning models and theories. The paper compares, contrasts, and relates the constructivism and operant conditioning theories with close reference to the analysis of the case of Maura. …
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Critically evaluate how theories of learning inform the use of technology to improve student learning behaviourism (Thorndike, Pavlov, Watson and Skinner) computer based, audio-visual communication theories, and constructivism(Vygotsky)
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Its influence continues to transform human interactions and the human way of life (Artman and Person 2010; Collins and Harverson 2010). In effect, it continues to re-define and re-shape human society as technology in general and…
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Existing Perspectives on the Nature of the Hidden Curriculum
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The goal of this literature review is to analyze five particular educational and philosophical theories that aim to explore the structure of the learning process. The analyzed theories are traditional, behavioral, constructivist, experimental, and discipline theory. …
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The Impact of EU Membership on Spain
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The specific area of this research study, The Impact of EU Membership on Spain, aims to explore is the impact of EU membership on Spain. This impact is proposed to be examined from various angles, including changes it has brought about in Spain in politics, policies, the economy, and other areas…
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Learning Theories and Instructional Design
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This bibliography "Learning Theories and Instructional Design" discusses feature instructional theory that would fit within an instructional design based on each family, learning theory in each family and use of specific learning theory in each family as a conceptual and theoretical framework…
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Professional Research Methods
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The recent years have been marked with increasing interest in the role of philosophical paradigms and assumptions in carrying out research. Over the last two decades different authors have voiced some serious concerns about effectiveness of using the prevailing paradigm of positivism and the methods associated with it in the search for greater depth and meaning in the understanding of complex social phenomena…
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Article Response
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Article Response Matthews, M. R. (December 2003). “Thomas Kuhn’s Impact on Science Education: What Lessons Can be Learned?” Science Education, Vol. 88(1): 90-118. Fall 2012 Table of Contents Introduction 2 Matthews’ Thomas Kuhn’s Impact on Science Education: What Lessons Can be Learned?…
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Teaching in clinical practice
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Reflection on Teaching on Drug Administration Introduction Nurses have a major role to play in the system of health care. Advances in recent times in the field of health care have imposed burden on the nursing faculty to reinforce their knowledge and thus their education strategies…
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Blogger (or the general idea of blogs).Learning with technology ( look at attachment)
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Learning with New Technologies Introduction In the current age of electronic and information technology, various changes have been made in how people generally carry out their activities. Surfing the web has now become a daily activity, and has become as routine as brushing one’s teeth or even going to work…
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The Influence of Developmentally Appropriately Practices on Academic Success in Preschool
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Monica Pickney Dr. Ashraf The Influence of Developmentally Appropriately Practices on Academic Success in Preschool Chapters 1-3 Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Chapter 1: Introduction 3 Background 3 Statement of the Problem 4 Purpose of the Study 8 Research Questions 9 Theoretical/Conceptual Framework of the Study 10 Definition of Terms 12 Limitations 16 Delimitation 17 Scope 18 Assumptions 18 Significance of the Study 18 Organization of the Study 19 Chapter 2: Literature Review 22 History of DAP 22 Overview of DAP; DAP Principles 27 DAP versus Traditional Educational Methods 33 Evidence of DAP Efficiency and Inefficiency 36 Previous Methods 42 Conclusion 43 Chapter 3: Methodology 45 I…
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Constructionism Offers a Bold Invitation to Build New Futures

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The paper "Constructionism Offers a Bold Invitation to Build New Futures" discusses that in general, constructionism is a theory that accepts as much criticism as could and still be vibrant since the deviation hypothesis is the backbone of this theory…
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Adapting Instructional Techniques to Meet the Needs of a Multi-Generational Classroom

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This paper discusses that traditional learning environments can be restrictive and without the proper motivation to encourage students to engage in learning. Students can be engaged as they learn through experience and through the act of discovery…
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Use of Experts in Scholarly Research
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There is a need to integrate the two models to incorporate the advantages of each on order to reach harmony among the scholars regarding expert involvement in epistemology. This paper aims to propose such a model. …
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Commentary on Social media Applications for the Support of Collaborative and Community-Based Learning

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A Commentary on Social Media Applications for the Support of Collaborative and Community-Based Learning (Author) (Course) (Course Instructor) (Date Submitted) ABSTRACT New pedagogical theories have brought about a change in the learning transaction, which now places emphasis on collaborative and group-based learning…
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Critical Review of Philosophical Paradigms
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Its introduction resulted from the needs for a third methodological movement in addition to the existing quantitative and qualitative approaches. However, the emergence of the mixed methods approach stirred a heated…
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PP3003 Research Question Paper
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PP3003 Research Question Paper Academic Year 2010-11 DEADLINE: 3pm, Thursday 13 January 2011 QUESTIONS: 1) On what basis, and how convincingly, did Alan Milward claim that European integration has been the ‘rescue of the nation state’? Milward argued that European integration saved the idea of the nation state in Europe…
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Encouraging Childrens Participation in the Creative Arts
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This research “Encouraging Children’s Participation in the Creative Arts” will investigate literacy lessons due to the limited time frame it would be impossible to conduct a review of all the curriculum subjects. Therefore one aspect of the curriculum will be explored…
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Introduction to social representation theory

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The paper contains the importance of theory as it highlights the relationship between science, public communication and common sense knowledge and impacts upon the public understanding of science and the study of beliefs pertaining and relating to health, politics and economical problems…
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Personality Theorist
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Personality Theorist- George Kelly Abstract This paper aims to highlight the works of George A. Kelly. Kelly made fundamental break through the field of psychology throught his Personal Construct Theory. This theory helps explain the behavious of people and the meanings which they attach to the events and daily activities…
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Authentic Leadership
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The paper Authentic Leadership has been divided in two main parts the first of which refers to the presentation of the general literature review regarding all the issues related with authenticity and learning as well as their interaction with leadership…
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Critically discuss the value of social representations theory to the social sciences in particulary to the science of history

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This essay deals with critical discussion on social representation theory and the role of social representation theory in analysis and structure of social reality as concerned with communication bringing out both psychological and social aspects of concepts and ideas…
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Cognition and Instruction
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Question 1: Constructivism is a theory that asserts that learning is an activity that is individual to the learner. This theory assumes that individuals will try to understand information that they perceive, and that each individual will as a consequence “construct” their own interpretation from that information…
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Positivist, Interpretive and Constructivist Approaches in Social and Educational Studies

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The review “Positivist, Interpretive and Constructivist Approaches in Social and Educational Studies» reminds that not a technique of research matters the most, but its results. The results of both reviewed studies are based on empirically correct, quantitative positivistic methods.  …
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TEACHING STRATEGIES TOPIC will focus on A 50 Year Old educated man Recently Hospitalized With Stage 2 Infected Diabetic Foo

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Teaching Strategies (Institution’s Name) 11th August 2013 Abstract The effectiveness of any teaching strategy is based on the level at which the students are able to utilize their critical thinking skills and thus, the most appropriate teaching strategy aids students in developing their thinking skills at levels that are higher than knowledge and comprehension…
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Relational Being: Beyond Self and Community
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The aim of the discussion within the book “Relational Being: Beyond Self and Community” is to include relational orientation and understanding of an individual within the traditional psychoanalysis. Individualism is traditionally powerful within the scholarship and practice of psychology. …
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Education in practice

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In an attempt to provide achievement incentives, educators must serve as role models who inspire creative and critical thinking and who acknowledge the value of intuitive as well as analytic processes. This can best be accomplished by exposing students to a variety of expertly handled clinical cases either through field experiences or simulated case studies which stimulate the student to impute meaning and make inferences about client outcomes and the process of nursing…
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Theories of Teaching and Learning through Mentoring

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Its history begins with classical Greek educationalists and rhetoric and includes, since the 18th century, pedagogy and andragogy. In the 20th century,…
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Behaviorism and Constructivism
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The essay "Behaviorism and Constructivism" explores How Can the Theories of Behaviorism and Constructivism Be Used to Explain Educational Software. The major criticism against the process is that it leaves no room for learners to professionally contribute…
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An Individuals Behavior Through the Concept of the Unconscious by Freuds Theory

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This paper compares and contrasts the cognitive development views of Jean Piaget and Lev Vygotsky. Explain why these theories are relevant to the field of multicultural psychology. Swiss psychologist Jean Piaget has been one of the primary thinkers in cognitive development…
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In 1919 the discipline of International Relations began with a question as to why wars occur. Almost a hundred years on, and in the increasingly globalizing world, should IR scholars still focus mainly on conflict or maybe cooperation

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International relations is a branch of political sciences that deals with the study of relations between states especially in the formulation of foreign policy of a country. According to Trevor Taylor (1979), international relations is a discipline that tries to understand the…
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