The constructivist learning model applies well to the current emphasis in business schools to have more experiential learning. Students construct their own knowledge, guided by their instructors, and learn how to create and extend mental processes for solutions to problems. Another aspect of current college students is that they want to consume everything from education to music to social interaction via information technology on an “any time/any place” basis. Online course pedagogy meets the structural needs for students to consume academic coursework any time and place while also developing their analytical skills and extending their communication skills.
Schell, George P. and Janicki, Thomas J.
"Online Course Pedagogy and the Constructivist Learning Model,"
The Journal of the Southern Association for Information Systems: Vol. 1
, Article 3.
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