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Carson J. (2005) Objectivism and education: A response to David Elkind’s “The Problem with Constructivism”. The Educational Forum 69(3): 232–238. Fulltext at
This paper responds to David Elkind’s article “The Problem with Constructivism, ” published in the Summer 2004issue ofThe Educational Forum. It argues that Elkind’s thesis – teacher, curricular, and societal readiness lead to the implementation of constructivism – is conceptually problematic. This paper also critiques constructivism and supports objectivism as a viable philosophy of education.

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