How could the “H” be implemented by the teacher and with the students?
The KWHL chart helps students organize what they know and what they want to learn from atopic before and after undertaking the research. The “H “in this chart stands for how one can learn about the topic of study. ”H” is an optional column in the chart, but very essential in that it helps a student be conversant with methods he would use to go about a given topic of study (Burgtorf, 2020). It also aids with identifying the best tools to incorporate the study, intending to help a learner to meet his academic goals and objectives. It also dedicates a place for students to plan out where they are going to get their information on the topic of study. A student can use the questions from the “H” column to assist them in thinking about what kind of resources they may want or need in the cores of the research. For the H column in the chart, the teacher has the responsibility to decide if they want a minimum number of resources, which they would want the students to use for their study. It may be beneficial for the teacher to require all the students to have non-web-based resources such as a person to person interview or a physical book (Burgtorf, 2020). The teacher could also ask students to have credible online sources, and avoid sites such as Wikipedia, which do not have verified information on specific topics. Credible types of sources allow students to practice using a variety of research skills.
Does it add to the robustness of the tool?
The “H” tool is essential and is essential for the robustness of the chart. This is because it provides a learner with information targeting the study resources, which ultimately helps ensure that a comprehensive study is undertaken. The “H” column also ensures that both the learner and the teacher are conversant with the exact source of study, and hence are prepared for fruitful results that are in line with the subject (Burgtorf, 2020). Failure to have the “H” column limits the credibility of the study. As a result, at the end of the study of a given topic, the results are more correct, recent, and reliable, a factor that will make the student score high for the subject.
How would Vygotsky and Piaget react to your new chart?
Piaget’s theories are guided by the assumption that learners interact with their environment and integrate with new knowledge and information (Pardjono, 2016). He, therefore, would be pleased by the KWHL chart, which provides the learner with a well-laid plan of study, which would be in line with his theory of a child’s development. He would also support the new chart in that it subscribes to his thoughts on development, which he states are in stages. On the other hand, Vygotsky focuses on culture and history in his perspectives (Pardjono, 2016). He hence would also be in support of the chart since it expounds on the development of a child in a formal way and also through undertaking difficult tasks and social activities. Hence, the two would back up the new KWHL chart in that it would enhance the learning processes of the learners and ensure that their development is emphasized.
Burgtorf, T. (2020). What Are the Benefits of a KWL Chart? Retrieved from https://classroom.synonym.com/effective-elements-lesson-plan-8579019.html
Pardjono, P. (2016). Active learning: The Dewey, Piaget, Vygotsky, and constructivist theory perspectives. Jurnal Ilmu Pendidikan. 9(3).