How do people construct meaning while learning?

According to Jerome Bruner, see a Research Professor of Psychology and Senior Research Fellow at the NYU School of Law, ampoule people of all ages construct meaning based on their own experiences. In learning new information, they add it to what they already know. He calls this learning theory constructivism. For example, in a classroom of 25 students, there will be 25 different sets of meaning being constructed; each learner processes and makes meaning of…

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