(learning theory), an educational philosophy developed
by Seymour Papert Social
constructionism, a theory...
- in a representation
of propositions." In social constructionist
terms, "taken-for-granted realities" are cultivated
- textualism, said that "no one ought
to be" a strict constructionist
to be a strict constructionist
a "nontextualist". The term...
- Constructionist learning
is when learners construct mental models
the world around
them. Constructionism advocates
- communication through
to this century
into the constructionist
model. Constructionists believe
that the process
is in itself...
- complete. Some explanations
the social constructionist theory
by Groth. He implies
that ****uality is not only an "inherent...
is a range
movements, and ideologies
that aim to define, establish, and achieve
the political, economic, personal...
- He was one of the pioneers
intelligence, and of the constructionist movement
in education. He was co-inventor, with Wally Feurzeig
of communication, referred
to as the constitutive model
on how an individual communicates
as the determining...
peoples' projects. The Constructionist design methodology
(CDM, or 'Constructionist
A.I.') is a formal methodology proposed