Constructivist Learning: Understanding and Experience in IT Tertiary Education

Shang Gao, Jo Coldwell-Neilson, Andrzej Goscinski

Abstract


This paper firstly introduces the concept of constructivist learning which advocates that students actively construct knowledge themselves with teachers’ assistance. Based on the six important elements of constructivist learning and teaching planning approach, detailed examples of designing the six constructivist elements of situation, groupings, bridge, questions, exhibit, and reflections for two units offered at school of Information Technology, Deakin University are provided. A conclusion emphasizing the learners' difference to be paid attention to while educators designing curriculum on CloudDeakin platform is made at the end of this paper.


Full Text: PDF DOI: 10.5430/jct.v2n2p140

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Journal of Curriculum and Teaching

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