Constructivist Learning Theory

The Constructivist Learning Theory proposes that learners actively construct their understanding of knowledge by integrating new information with their existing mental frameworks. It emphasizes the importance of learners' active engagement, collaboration, and reflection in the learning process. Constructivist learning promotes meaningful, experiential, and student-centered approaches to education, fostering deeper understanding and long-term retention.

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