Publication 1453

Glasersfeld E. von (1994) Pourquoi le constructivisme doit-il être redical? Revue des Sciences de l’Éducation 20(1): 21–27. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/1453
Abstract: The term “constructivism” has become fashionable in recent years, but many who use it seem to be unaware that it was launched by Piaget more than half a century ago to characterize his revolutionary theory of knowing. This paper briefly outlines some of the breaks the constructivist orientation makes with conventional epistemology. I focus on the mechanism of communication and suggest that one prerequisite of successful teaching is insight into the students conceptual world.
English translation: Why constructivism must be radical. In: Larochelle M., Bednarz N. & Garrison J. (eds.) (1998) Constructivism in educalion. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge: 23–28

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