Volume 15 · Number 2 · Pages 118–121
Authors’ response: The Ecology of Teaching and Learning

Hugh Gash & Fiona Murphy

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Abstract: Our response aims to clarify how we see the relation of theory to the processes of teaching and learning; we welcome the way the commentaries broaden the context of the target article, emphasising its role in current Irish educational practice; and also we welcome the educational insights provided by the commentators that can inform further studies in this area to facilitate learning and teaching, and empower learners and teachers.

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Gash H. & Murphy F. (2020) Authors’ response: The ecology of teaching and learning. Constructivist Foundations 15(2): 118–121. https://constructivist.info/15/2/118

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