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Applying the ARCS Model to the Constructivism Theory to Foster CREATIVITY

Getting your students excited about the subject matter is critical to motivating your students to learn. Utilizing the Keller’s ARCS (Attention Relevance Confidence and Satisfaction) design is a good learning model to employ to motivate and captivate your students. This approach teaches kids how to think, how to ask questions while giving them room to feed their curiosity. Putting this inquiry and learning into action is where constructivism comes into play by facilitate great collaboration and pooling of resources to construct new knowledge online and in the classroom. 

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