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Tobias S. & Duffy T. M. (2009) The success or failure of constructivist instruction: An introduction. In: Tobias S. & Duffy T. M. (eds.) Constructivist instruction: Success or failure?. Routledge, New York: 3–10. Fulltext at
Excerpt: The design of effective learning environments is taking on increasing importance with the growing dissatisfaction with our education systems at both the pre-K–12 and the post-secondary levels. There have been wide fluctuations in strategies at both levels, but over the past two decades arguably the dominant approaches to the design of instruction have been driven by the conceptual frameworks and theories called “constructivism.” The purpose of this book is to discuss the present status of constructivism, applied to teaching and the development of instructional materials.

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