Volume 14 · Number 3 · Pages 248–249
Constructionist Space Should Be Inclusive, Non-Dogmatic and Open to Multiple Sources

James Clayson

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Abstract

Open peer commentary on the article “Constructionism and De-Constructionism: Opposite yet Complementary Pedagogies” by Jean M. Griffin. Abstract: Reading Griffin’s clearly written article has led me to think about some questions that I would like to address particularly to members of the constructionist community. Constructionists have never sufficiently outlined a proper theory of learning; they have failed to document and report on their successes and failures in the classroom, thus making evaluation of their project difficult, and they sometimes seem unwilling to learn across disciplinary boundaries.

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Clayson J. (2019) Constructionist space should be inclusive, non-dogmatic and open to multiple sources. Constructivist Foundations 14(3): 248–249. https://constructivist.info/14/3/248

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