DEVELOPING A LEARNING MODEL FOR KNOWLEDGE QUALITY ENHANCEMENT THROUGH CONSTRUCTIVIST LEARNING APPROACH

Kurniawan Yudhi Nugroho, Diyah Fitri Wulandari

Abstract


This paper presents concept of research created as a response to the existing phenomenon where teaching process does not result in as expected. Learners‘ knowledge quality is not optimally constructed to meet the standard set in the end of the program. Looking closely at what has happened, it is believed that there should be various factors contribute to this less optimal result in learning. Departing from the belief in the advantage of constructivist learning approach, this article aims at presenting the discussion involving the existing constructivist learning literatures and proposing possible ideas for developing learners‘ knowledge quality through conceptual design generated from the theories before it is tested to the respondents. Considering the literature reviews, it is suggested that improving the existing learning environment, learning participation and learning responsibility will help learners improve their quality of knowledge and promote better learning achievement in the end of the program. Within the framework of constructivist learning practices, learners are encouraged to actively participate, socialize, reflect and solve problem during the process of learning.

Keywords


Constructivist Learning Approach, Teaching and Learning, Knowledge Quality Enhancement

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