I feel that I would be cognitivist and constructivist. However, if I absolutely had to pick, I would categorize my philosophy of learning as the constructivist perspective. I definitely learn the most by participating in meaningful activities, and I feel that I have carried that down to my teaching style as well. I have realized just how important it is for students to engage in meaningful experiences as a main method of learning.
Magna Cum Laude - undergrad Summa Cum Laude - Grad April 2016 - Teacher of the Month
B.S. Health and Exercise Science: Pedagogy K-12 M.S. Secondary Education
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