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BRUNER'S CONSTRUCTIVIST THEORY
Transcript of BRUNER'S CONSTRUCTIVIST THEORY
Theory Jerome Bruner
One of the first proponents of constructivism. Bruner was born in New York City and later educated at Duke University and Harvard (from which he was awarded a PhD in 1947). REPRESENTATION enactive representation - learning about the world through actions on physical objects and the outcomes of these actions. Bruner's Main Concepts Major Theme: learning is an active process in which learners construct new ideas or concepts based upon their current / past knowledge. iconic representation - learning can be obtained through using models and pictures. It allows one to recognize objects when they changed in minor ways. symbolic representation - the ability to think in abstract terms. This uses system to encode knowledge.