Constructivist Guided Discovery Using Pictorial Organizer: Effects on Gender Difference on TUG-K of BS Architecture Students of Bulacan State University

4 Pages Posted: 19 Jun 2019

Date Written: June 11, 2019

Abstract

How to teach is one of the major problems faced by today’s Science teachers. Constructivist approach is one technique wherein the teacher is a facilitator and serves as a guide to learners. She/he helps the students explore and formulate their own ideas, and help them do the “learning by doing”. It focuses on independent learning, being creative and critical thinking. Guided discovery is student-centered teaching approach thru illustrative materials for students to study independently. Pictorial organizer referred to as concept maps or cognitive organizer helps learners depict the relationships between facts terms and ideas within a learning task.

This study aims to investigate the effectiveness of Guided Discovery teaching approach with corresponding exposure to a pictorial organizer and identify gender difference of BS Architecture students’ scores using TUG-K.

Results revealed that students, specifically females, performed better than males after being taught with Guided discovery teaching approach and corresponding exposure to a pictorial organizer.

Keywords: Classroom research, Cognition, Motivation and Learning, Learning Sciences, Science Education, Teacher Learning and Development

Suggested Citation

Jingco, Freya, Constructivist Guided Discovery Using Pictorial Organizer: Effects on Gender Difference on TUG-K of BS Architecture Students of Bulacan State University (June 11, 2019). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3402258 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3402258

Freya Jingco (Contact Author)

Bulacan State University ( email )

Guinhawa
Guinahwa
Malolos, Bulacan 3000
Philippines

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