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Personal Construct Theory
Kelly does not refer to learning at all, but to changes in constructs over ... Personal construct theory gives one of the richest possible accounts of a ...
Physical Layout
The traditional classroom layout, in rows, allows the teacher to make eye-contact with all the students (although it is important to keep looking around to ...
Piaget's developmental theory
Jean Piaget (1896-1980) was a biologist who originally studied molluscs (publishing twenty scientific papers on them by the time he was 21) but moved into ...
Constructivism in learning
Constructivism is the label given to a set of theories about learning ... the role of the learner is primarily to assimilate whatever the teacher presents. ...
Forms of Assessment
These pages introduce various different forms of assessment currently available. They do not purport to offer comprehensive accounts of any of them, ...
Session Plan 2
Now you should be able to list the “objectives” you are teaching towards. Well-formed objectives should be the touchstone of everything in the session. ...
Piaget's developmental theory
Jean Piaget (1896-1980) was a biologist who originally studied molluscs (publishing twenty scientific papers on them by the time he was 21) but moved into ...
Piaget's developmental theory
"Piaget's work on children's intellectual development owed much to his early ... Decentration. The ability to move away from one system of classification to ...
Experiential Learning
The ideas on this page have been adopted and adapted to all kinds of ... Honey and Mumford (1982) have built a typology of Learning Styles around this ...
Convergent and Divergent Learning
Convergent and Divergent Thinking Styles ... dubious) combination with other stuff on "learning styles", but see here for a usefully synoptic paper ...
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