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Hackmann D. G. (2004) Constructivism and block scheduling: Making the connection [Phenomena, systems, epistemes: On the current discussion of system-theoretical approaches in literary studies]. Phi Delta Kappan 85(9): 697–702. Fulltext at
The student-centered learning practices associated with constructivism could benefit from the increased class time that block scheduling offers. But, Mr. Hackmann observes, too often block scheduling is adopted as an end in itself, not as a tool to facilitate a specific pedagogical approach.

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