Benefits of social constructivism when using ICT
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With this in mind we aim to teach students how to use Paper as a note-taking tool to collate related information into an all-inclusive, compressive study resource; this resource is intended as the primary revision tool during exam preparation. In this digital age the notion of handwriting notes dictated from a whiteboard is laborious and obsolete. Instead Paper is a time-efficient, rich, multifunctional alternative that ca better cater to individual studying and learning needs.
Demonstrating the attributes of constructivism
Individual students have different academic goals and this will be reflected in the quality of their Paper revision resource.
Paper has a variety of sharing functions, for example documents can be uploaded to google drive and peers can follow one another.
Developing the resource will require students to locate, access and evaluate information from multiple digital sources; to collect, analyse and represent data; to model and interpret concepts and relationships; and to communicate and share science ideas, processes and information
Lessons are typically sequenced for scaffold learning i.e. students build on prior knowledge and reflect on the quality of their learning to identify areas that need improvement.
Learning is a lifelong endeavour. Becoming a efficient and effective study has many cross-curricular and real word applications for example taking meeting minutes, record keeping, project managing, ect...