QuestionsCategory: Learning and TeachingExplain Jean Piaget’s constructivism theory of learning.
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Jean Piaget is referred to as the father of cognitive development. He was a Swiss psychologist who observed the intellectual development of children during childhood. He also proposed the constructivism theory of learning that involves the use of existing knowledge to gain new knowledge. This existing knowledge is integrated with new information to expand the knowledge an individual possesses. A learner is considered successful when he or she can embed new information with the previous information he or she holds. A learner, in social constructivism, is always considered to be subjective because they will have different experiences and therefore, will develop a unique perspective of the world.   Read Full Lesson: Jean Piaget’s Constructivism Theory of Learning