Early Childhood Education Theory of Constructivism

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To constantly improve and develop everything that surrounds us is human nature. Hence, all spheres of human life, including social, political, and economic processes, face deliberate transformations and changes that are supposed to simplify specific aspects, increase effectiveness, or improve final results. The sphere of education has not become an exception. Historically numerous reforms took place in our country, however, only a few of them managed to reach successful implementation. Currently, various authors research sphere of education trying to define the most effective approach, elaborate appropriate instruments of its positive influence, and depict favorable results and consequents of its practical usage. Educational topics have managed to attain such big popularity in mass media due to undisputable urgency and the importance of education. Today the majority of the population comprehends the significant role of education in people’s life. Indeed, it is hard to imagine modern technological progress and such an advanced level of social and economic development of our country without the powerful influence of an effective educational system. Taking into account that educational methods affect the human’s rate of perception and people’s acceptance of information, which in its turn influences on entire human’s performance as a representative of the working-class, specialists are making attempts to raise population’s awareness about social problems and flaws of current educational approaches.Lately, the biggest attention is drawn to the phenomenon of constructivism, which several decades ago have not been mentioned in any teaching journals. Although nowadays constructivism has managed to obtain great popularity, still there is no mutual opinion regarding the effects of this educational instrument.