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Piaget believes constructivism is when the individual is active and responsible for building their own knowledge. This theory supports th read more »
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I have never really "blogged" before, but I am certainly excited to give it a try.  It seems like a really neat way to communicate with people online read more »
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Piaget and Vygotsky both developed constructivist theories of development that still have an impact on the way we teach today. A constructivist theor read more »
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The PresentationZen book brings up many techniques on how to make "more appealing" slides.  Many of  these points are good and seem to make read more »
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This article covered quite a bit of information about constructivism, both its forefathers and application within the classroom. What I found particu read more »
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The conceptual change theory is the understanding that a child has a
preconcieved misunderstanding on an issue and has not been convinced
t read more »
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This is a "pretend" teacher website that I have created for class.http://missconley.weebly.com/ read more »
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This semester I have learned a lot about technology and how
it can be useful in the classroom. I think that my new knowl read more »
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