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The comparison between the behavioural and constructivist learning and teaching
Majda Pšunder, Branka Ribič Hederih, 2010, review article

Abstract: The difference between the behaviouristic and constructivist approach to learning and teaching originates from different notions of knowledge. Currently in Slovenia the behaviouristic approach dominates as it is present in the whole educational system and teachers are more familiar with it. Those teachers who have different notions of knowledge are introducing a changed approach to learning and teaching that follows from the constructivist paradigm. Both are facing dilemmas that concern teachers in practice more than they do initiators of changes who do not work directly in practice. The consequences of the introduction of changes include different notions of evaluation, examination and assessment. From a didactic point of view the role of feedback changes as it is transferred from assessment to examination. From a student's perspective, it is not the role of feedback that is essential but its meaning.
Keywords: education, behaviourism, constructivism
Published: 07.06.2012; Views: 729; Downloads: 27
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