A Brief Study on the Implication of Constructivism Teaching Theory on Classroom Teaching Reform in Basic Education

Qiong Jia


Constructivism learning theory is the further development as behaviorism arrives at cognitivism. According to its teaching theory: knowledge is uncertain; the learning process of knowledge is also the construction process of knowledge; students are the main body of learning activity and they construct knowledge on their own initiatives; teachers are the helpers and the drivers for students constructing knowledge. These views generate more implications for China’s teaching reform, what affect the reform of learning theory and teaching theory in a sense and turn into the theoretical base for China’s education reform. This paper tries to probe into the implication of constructivism teaching theory on China’s basic education.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5539/ies.v3n2p197

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