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Building a Law Enforcement Career by Design & Purpose

  • Learning results from a personal interpretation of experiences. Knowledge is constructed as individuals attempt to make sense of their own experiences including one’s personal history of learning as well as common knowledge. These interpretations are constantly open to change. Self-knowledge needs to be nurtured and encouraged providing the learner not only feeling a sense of knowledge ownership but having control over and responsibility for their beliefs.

  • Learning is an active process occurring in realistic and relevant situations. This reflects the emphasis placed on creating active, authentic and contextualized learning environments. Active learning involves interacting with information at a high level, elaborating upon this information and interpreting it in light of one’s previous knowledge and experiences.

  • Learning results from an exploration of multiple perspectives. The emphasis on multiple perspectives encompasses rich learning environment and collaborative learning experiences. Rich learning environments encourage multiple learning styles and representations of knowledge from different conceptual and case perspectives.

Considering a Law Enforcement Career

Constructivist designers view instruction as a process of supporting knowledge construction rather than communicating knowledge. They facilitate learning by not allowing the learner to be passive and simply receive, memorize and recall information; instead the learner should be active by thinking, analyzing, understanding and applying information.

A facilitative environment allows learners to freely question and express their own opinions, create their own meaning, share control of the classroom and develop positive attitudes towards learning. Facilitative instructors maximize learner interactions, guide learners in connecting new and previous experiences, respect learner ideas and encourage learner autonomy. This involves activities that are relevant, challenging, focused on large concepts and encourage high-level thinking.

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