Cognitive Disequilibrium. The imbalance is to create a condition of cognitive instability by introducing a new scheme as a result of a learning experience.
Dad, After trying and trying, I finally learned to ride a bicycle!
What is the constructivist approach? The constructivist approach, in its pedagogical current, is a determined way of understanding and explaining the ways in which we learn. The psychologists who start from this approach emphasize the figure of the apprentice as the agent that is ultimatel the engine of their own learning.
Scaffolding: This concept, developed mainly by Jerome Bruner, could not be understood without Lev Vygotsky's concept of Proximal Development. Bruner took the Russian psychologist's research into the difference between learning and the level of competence a child can attain when guided and supported by another person (ZPD) and hence derived the idea that an adult or other partner trainees could help the child reach his zone of proximal development.
Application in the selection of what objectives and what content should be learned (teach) according to the stage of cognitive development in which the student finds himself.
We are going to work with addition and susbtraction.
This application means that any objective and content that is selected for the student to learn must have a level of complexity according to the stage of cognitive development in which the student is located.
150 + 29 =
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The educational action must be structured in such a way as to favor the personal constructive processes through which the growth operates. This does not imply that the child has to learn alone. On the contrary, one of the basic characteristics of the Piagetian pedagogical model is the way in which social interactions stand out.