A. A. S. & B. bin A. (2012) Constructivist approach in virtual universities. Procedia – Social and Behavioral Sciences 56: 426–431. https://cepa.info/5865
Constructivist approach in virtual universities.
Procedia – Social and Behavioral Sciences 56: 426–431.
Fulltext at https://cepa.info/5865
This paper proposed the application of the constructivist approach in virtual university where learners can learn based on their learning style, information and skills to succeed in life and also in their job. Constructivist learning and the strategies in constructivist learning can foster in-depth learning and practical application. Integration of communication and information technologies into curricula offers significant potentials for designing new learning environments, and advancing research and development in learning theories. Based on the main aspects of the constructivist approach, traditional universities and classroom cannot provide the conditions for learners to construct the knowledge for themselves, for this reason virtual university with the communication and information technologies (ICT) can implement constructivist strategies in the process of teaching and learning. In virtual university, constructivism promotes the learner’s skills to solve real-life problems and practical problems.