Introduction to Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics
Appreciate how constructivist theory informs STEM teaching and learning. Study learning theories, then inquiry-based, problem-based, and project-oriented teaching approaches. Design activities for constructivist learning in STEM
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Constructivist learning theories provide a valuable window into supporting deep understanding and fostering inquiring minds. This subject examines how constructivist theory informs Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) teaching and learning by focusing on the practical, classroom-based implications as well as theoretical backgrounds.
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