CONSTRUCTIVISM AND AND ITS CRITICISM

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1. CONSTRUCTIVISM

1.1. As a school of thought

1.1.1. vygostky philosophy

2. MAIN VARIANTS IN THE LITERATURE

2.1. traditional

2.1.1. traditional

2.2. cognitive realists

2.3. radicals

2.3.1. Piaget's works

2.3.1.1. focused on the process of building the interpersonal knowledge of the individual

2.3.1.1.1. knowledge is individual

2.4. sociales

3. CONTEMPORARY LITERATURE

3.1. it is the metaphor of human learning in the years 1980-1990

3.1.1. MAYER 1996 VYGOSTKY1962

3.1.1.1. criticize the

3.1.1.1.1. BEHAVIOR approach

3.1.1.1.2. PROCESSING approach

4. ACTIVELY BUILD THE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT

4.1. the relationship by constructivists is of great interest

4.1.1. the aspects are

4.1.1.1. objectives

4.1.1.2. subjective

5. PERSONAL OR RADICAL COGNITIVE CONSTRUCTIVISM

5.1. it focuses on the

5.1.1. process of construction of the interpersonal knowledge of the individual, they are student-centered and oriented to discovery and learning

6. SOCIAL OR REALISTIC CONSTRUCTIVISM

6.1. authors vigosky kuhn green lave simon brown

6.1.1. defenders of the central function of the social learning environment

6.1.1.1. individual or community indiosicracy

7. vygostkiy

7.1. the role of social and collective education

7.1.1. in learning

7.1.1.1. individual development process of DIALECTIC INTERACTION

7.2. THEORY

7.2.1. the development of intelligence and rationality beyond situations the central objective is EDUCATION

7.3. COLLECTIVE AND SOCIAL

7.3.1. there is a connection between the COLLECTIVE AND THE INDIVIDUAL CONSCIOUSNESS of the COLLECTIVE SUBJECTIVITY

7.3.1.1. in the SCHOOL ENVIRONMENT

7.3.1.1.1. ENVIRONMENT

7.3.1.1.2. STUDENT

7.3.1.1.3. THE TEACHER

8. LANGUAGE IN LEARNING

8.1. psycholinguists

8.1.1. the speech in it we find objective reality

8.1.2. the relationship of words with others

8.2. the conceptualization of language and its role in mental development

8.2.1. VYGOSTKIY recognizes immediate sensations and perceptions is what differentiates man from animal

8.3. awareness

8.3.1. a perceptual orientation of an individual

8.4. the development of science

8.4.1. PHILOSOPHY

8.4.1.1. dialectics

8.4.1.1.1. dialectics

8.4.1.2. monism

8.4.1.3. paradigmatic

8.4.1.3.1. relationship MIND AND NATURE