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Alkove L. D. & McCarty B. J. (1992) Plain talk: Recognizing positivism and constructivism in practice. Action in Teacher Education 14(2): 16–22. Fulltext at
Excerpt: The first challenge we face in this endeavor is to define two philosophies which provide the basis for most teaching practices: positivism and || constructivism. Next, we intend to familiarize teachers with the influences these philosophies have had on teacher education programs and the classroom. Our final task is to help teachers identify these philosophies within their own practice so they may determine whether or not their teaching style actually reflects their personal beliefs.

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