Learning in Science. Vygotsky (Constructivist). Learning stems from experience Involves language (and discussion) Clarifies thinking Requires processing Within a social and cultural context Within Zone of Proximal Development (ZPD) Is contextually-based Howe, 1996.
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I’d like the duck, but I have a plane to catch.
I was brought into a large white room and my eyes began to blink because the bright light hurt them.
Which does not belong in this group?
Strike & Posner, 1982
Flowers have pistils.
Flowers are part of plants.
Dogs have legs.
Water flows down hill.
Motivated by relevance
Schollum & Osborne, 1985
Bell & Freyberg,, 1985
Tasker & Freyberg, 1985