TITLE

YAPILANDIRMACI YAKLAŞIMA GÖRE DÜZENLENMİŞ SINIFLARDA ÖĞRETMENİN ROLÜ

AUTHOR(S)
Er, Sühendan; Aral, Neriman
PUB. DATE
March 2008
SOURCE
Ekev Academic Review;Spring2008, Vol. 12 Issue 35, p391
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The contemporary concept of society, knowledge is to be a subjective fact depending on the person. The acquired knowledge should be produced and used actively rather than perceiving it passively and storing for nothing. In teaching-learning process, constructivism is regarded as a new trend that aims to teach the students to think critically and creatively, to do research, to be able to communicate, to solve problems, to enterprise. In this process, teacher should not be the center of learning who teaches and transmits knowledge but should be a real guide who accepts children able to come up with theories on their own and observing their own point of views. When a class is organized in constructivist manner, it will be a place where creative projects are produced with cooperative members who are aware of the target language and culture. To this end, people who are well-educated, highly motivated with capacity of team work will be trained.
ACCESSION #
37018785

 

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