Volume 14 · Number 3 · Pages 250–251
De-Constructionism: Practice, Examples, Bugs
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Abstract: This response clarifies what de-constructionism is and explains how it differs from, complements, and to some extent overlaps with constructionism. It clarifies the distinction between the terms de-construction and deconstruction, and discusses student motivation and social interaction.
Griffin J. M. (2019) De-constructionism: Practice, examples, bugs. Constructivist Foundations 14(3): 250–251. https://constructivist.info/14/3/250
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