Tuesday, January 11, 2011

THE USE OF PAST EXPERIENCES IN RELATION TO LEARNING. .

I agree that in the Constructivist theory learning is based on past experiences in a way that, in learning we can acquire and construct new ideas based on what we had experienced. With the use of our past experiences, we can be able to enhance our learning. According to Ora'a, "to learn is to experience". I firmly agree with him because how are you going to learn something if you will not give yourself a try. Everyone should interact with one another so that one can improve his or her intellectual capacity. In this process, students are free to select an issue or issues which can serve their own purposes best and which are meaningful to them. They are free to adopt those which suit their accepted views and beliefs. For learning to be more impressive and permanent, out puts or projects should be the result of inquiry. In order for that inquiry to be attained one has to experience.

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