Category Archives: Reflections, Insights, and Realizations

My Epistemological Beliefs

I tried to answer Schommer’s Epistemological Quiz (Schommer, 1998), and my answers has not really changed after my readings. Below are my epistemological beliefs and their effects in facilitating my learning. In rare cases, they have been the reasons of … Continue reading

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On Cognitive and Social Constructivism

by Guillermo Bautista Jr. There are two types of constructivism. The first one is cognitive constructivism proposed by Jean Piaget. According to Piaget, learners construct their own knowledge based on the information given to them. Learners use this information to … Continue reading

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On Cognitive Load Theory and Dual Coding Theory

by Guillermo Bautista Jr. Among the readings in Module 5, there are two things that I have learned that I am really interested: Cognitive Load Theory and Dual Coding Theory. In this post, I am going to explain some possible … Continue reading

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Important Behaviors that Should Be Acquired Distance Learning

by Guillermo Bautista Jr. Distance learning can be very demanding in terms of time. This course is even more demanding because it’s a trimestral course. Students have to read and accomplish things in almost half the time of the semestral … Continue reading

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Nurture Supports Nature

by Guillermo Bautista Jr. I came from a poor family and was raised by a single parent who values education so much. The first phrase that probably stuck in my mind before even entering grade school was that “education is … Continue reading

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