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" A common misconception regarding "constructivist" theories of knowing (that existing knowledge is used to build new knowledge) is that teachers should never tell students anything directly but, instead, should always allow them to construct knowledge... "
For Each and Everyone: Catering for Individual Differences through Learning ... - Página 20
por Mun Ling Lo, Wing Yan Pong, Pakey Pui Man Chik - 2005 - 188 páginas
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Progress in Education, Volumen9

R. Nata - 2002 - 180 páginas
...never tell students anything directly but, instead, should always allow them to construct knowledge themselves. This perspective confuses a theory of pedagogy (teaching) with a theory of knowledge, irrespective of how one is taught - even listening to a lecture involves active attempts...
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Philosophy, Science, Education and Culture

Robert Nola, Gürol Irzik - 2005 - 512 páginas
...radically understood that truth is no longer an aim of learning. Bransford et. al. continue saying: A common misconception regarding "constructivist"...theory of pedagogy (teaching) with a theory of knowing, (ibid., p. 1 1) We can agree with much of this - except in our view the term 'knowledge' is wrongly...
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Schooling by Design: Mission, Action, and Achievement

Grant P. Wiggins, Jay McTighe - 2007 - 298 páginas
...psychology affirms this point: A common misconception regarding "constructivist" theories of knowing is that teachers should never tell students anything...theory of pedagogy (teaching) with a theory of knowing. . . . There are times, usually after people have first grappled with issues on their own, that "teaching...
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