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when should the direct method be used?
Weegy: Hi, what is your question? User: when should the direct method be used? Weegy: Hi, what is your question? User: give me some characteristics of a constructivists approach. Weegy: Characteristics of a Constructivist Approach Characteristics of a Constructivist Approach 1. [ Learners construct their own knowledge beginning with what they already know, exploring what needs to be known next and determining the quality and effectiveness of their pursuit through authentic assessment and application. 2. All learning begins in doubt about the validity of an idea. The goal of doubt is the restoration of belief. (Pierce, James). 3. Learning takes place in the personal zone of cognitive development between what is already known, what is not known and what is desired to be known (Vygotsky). 4. Learning is achieved best through a socially interactive process (Dewey, Vygotsky). 5. Learning is best achieved when the undertaking is consistent with the stages of human development (Rousseau, Piaget). 6. Learning is an experience based process of inquiring, discovering, exploring, doing and undergoing (Dewey). 7. The process of coming to know is neither random nor eclectic, it has structure (Bruner, Bloom). 8. Learning proceeds in spiraling fashion including laddering, scaffolding, weaving, and dialogism (Bruner, Rogoff). 9. Cognitive development occurs in a socio-cultural context – the social milieu of individual achievement and the interaction between the learner and adults as well as his/her peers in culturally valued activities. (Riordan – Karlsson, p.18). 10 The interactive process in coming to know needs to be guided by structured cognitive and affective taxonomies (Bloom, Krathwohl). Compiled by Lawrence P. Creedon ] (More)
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which approaches/methods promote learning to live together?
Weegy: Learning to Live Together (2004 .... This integrated approach to international education is a necessary .... conflict and understanding how to promote non-violent resolutions of such conflicts. (More)
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I can speak some spanish, how can I help you?
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what is heuristic strategy? User: algorithm strategy?
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Heuristics are strategies derived from experience with similar problems, using readily accessible, though loosely applicable, information to control problem solving in human beings, machines, and abstract issues.
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An algorithm is a set of steps to follow intended to solve a specific problem.
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do you think that my boyfriend is not cheating me?
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I used to think that all boys cheat if they get the chance. I don't want to dissapoint you but I have confirmed it multiple times in my life, from male friends and from ex-boyfriends.

Some of them don't because they never got the chance where they knew that noone would ever know about it!
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