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The Thuthuka tribe:

Annalie van der Merwe 2017
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Marissa Grobbelaar

on 31 May 2017

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Transcript of The Thuthuka tribe:

The Thuthuka tribe:
a story of social constructivism learning theory in action
Annalie van der Merwe
It all started long, long ago, in the summer of 2009...
SAICA
competency Framework
annual
budget
intuition
UFS passing
criteria
Maslow’s hierarchy
Bloom’s taxonomy
The cone of learning
The Learning Theory of Social Constructivism
To embrace diversity, students must interact socially. ... 
Language usage in the classroom is the most important process in a social constructivist 
setting”

(Vygotsky, 1978)
“Student engagement is a process and product that is experienced in the interaction between motivation and active learning”

(Barkley, 2010)

reflect
goals
perspectives
feedback
Coffee chats
myself
adapt
listening
coaching
questions
Partners
This shift resulted in unlocking the inherent resistance, and ultimately led a more collaborated tribe. I finally experienced a change in the students: they were more motivated and engaged.
I wonder??
to be continued...
Clans
Study groups
Challenges
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