Constructivism, learning methods and delivery media - a South African tale.

@inproceedings{Pet2015ConstructivismLM,
  title={Constructivism, learning methods and delivery media - a South African tale.},
  author={Mar{\'i} Pet{\'e}},
  year={2015}
}
learning can be used effectively to reinforce basic subskills, in order to attain “automaticity”, which Bloom defines as follows: “The mastery of any skill whether a routine daily task or a highly refined talent depends on the ability to perform it unconsciously with speed and accuracy while consciously carrying on other brain functions” (1986, p. 70). These higher-level brain functions include “retention, understanding, and active use of knowledge and skills” (Perkins, 1991, p. 18). In the… CONTINUE READING

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