E-Learning: How Constructivist Learning Theory Guides Module Learning
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Module Based Learning
Learning Management Systems
AbstractThis paper will review the theory behind constructivism and how it connects to module based e-learning. Social and cognitive constructivism have similar views, but they are very different. Constructivism calls for a student to learn based off of previous experiences and building on that knowledge to make new assumptions. People argue the effectiveness of module learning, but many find it to be the up and coming way of learning. Technology usage is getting greater and greater all the time so why not shift how we do education? e-learning is the way of the future. Learning modules utilizing learning management systems offer a direct route to both successful learning, but also connects to the theory around constructivism.
DescriptionA Master's Project Presented to the School of Arts and Science, SUNY Polytechnic Institute, Utica NY. Presented in partial fulfillment of the requirements of the Master of Science Degree.
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