In spite of being a theory developed long ago, the constructivism stays effective nowadays like method of education in several schools. An example of this is what it happens in the School Jean Piaget, quines affirms that the knowledge is constructed and is the students the protagonists forms that it, by means of the company and tools that offer the educational ones; following with the constructivist theory. The paper of the professor is to guide and to orient the constructivist mental activity of the students towards the significant assimilation of the scholastic contents. This it yields his protagonism to the student, who assumes the main role in his own process of formation, ski becomes the person in charge of his own learning, by means of his participation and the collaboration with his companions. It will have to manage to relate the theoretician to the practitioner, located in real contexts.In the application he is essential to give to the student tools that allow him to create their own procedures to solve the conflicting situations that consider to him, which implies that their ideas they modify and continues learning. It proposes that the education-learning process is perceived and is carried out like dynamic process, participating and interactive of the student, so that the knowledge is a true construction.
Of this form the development of the subject stimulates the learning favoring so that this one assimilates the reality, and thus will get to include/understand what it surrounds according to his times and internal needs.For this conception the Scholastic education is first of all a complex social practice with an essentially socializing function. Its main objective is to help to the development and socialization of the children and young people. The constructivism arose like a position shared by different tendencies from the psychological and educative investigation. Some of them are the theories of Piaget (1952), Vygotsky (1978), Ausubel (1963), Bruner (1960). Basically it is a theory that tries to explain which is the nature of the human knowledge and part from which the previous knowledge gives birth to new knowledge. Author original and source of the article.