The Why, How and What of Implementing Constructivism in ASL Classroom


Why? True learning occurs when a student is challenged to evaluate his or her perspectives, beliefs and deepest held values.

How? We deliver knowledge, learning, and wisdom by giving students new information that challenges their preconceptions and equip them with the skills to assess their thinking and broaden their understanding of the world.

What? Students are formally and informally introduced to a cultural perspective of Deaf people that confronts their alternative conceptions about this cultural-linguistic group.

The page of My Learning Theory  provide assimilation of development of the plan of implementing a constructive learning environment in the ASL classroom. For reshaping students’ preconceived notions in the ASL classroom, I believe we can create and facilitate a constructivist-learning environment efficiently.


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