One of the most common beliefs associated with knowledge is that it is constructed rather than acquired. This construction is influenced by certain environmental factors and the experiences of an individual. A learner, therefore, constructs new knowledge based on his or her experiences of life and through their cognitive negotiability level. Negotiation is highly associated with the construction of knowledge as it forms an association and a bond between emotional intelligence and cognitive ability. Construction of knowledge is a process that occurs through a lot of social engagement and social interaction. Teachers and learners need to interact with one another so that learning can take place and new knowledge can be constructed with reference to the past experiences of the learners. All the knowledge that is constructed in the classroom is done with regard to the previous or existing knowledge of learners.