Key word "social constructivism."

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Slezak P. (2000) A critique of radical social constructivism. In: Phillips D. C. (ed.) Constructivism in education: Opinions and second opinions on controversial issues. National Society for the Study of Education, Chicago: 91–126. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/3032
Srubar I. (2018) Autogenesis and autopoiesis: On the emergence of social reality in social and radical constructivism. In: Pfadenhauer M. & Knoblauch H. (eds.) Social constructivism as paradigm? The legacy of The Social Construction of Reality. Routledge, London: 207–215. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/6581
Staver J. R. (1998) Constructivism: Sound theory for explicating the practice of science and science teaching. Journal of Research in Science Teaching 35: 501–520. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/3033
Steffe L. P. (1996) Social-cultural approaches in early childhood mathematics education: A discussion. In: Mansfield H., Pateman N. A. & Bednarz N. (eds.) Mathematics for tomorrow’s young children. Kluwer, Dordrecht: 79–99.
Steffe L. P. (2010) Consequences of Rejecting Constructivism: “Hold Tight and Pedal Fast”. Commentary on Slezak’s “Radical Constructivism: Epistemology, Education and Dynamite”. Constructivist Foundations 6(1): 112–119. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/180
Taylor P. C. (2015) Constructivism. In: Gunstone R. (ed.) Encyclopaedia of science education. Springer, New York: 218–224. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/6796
Thompson P. W. (2014) Constructivism in mathematics education. In: Lerman S. (ed.) Encyclopedia of mathematics education. Springer, Berlin: 96–102. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/2952
Thompson P. W. (2020) Constructivism in mathematics education. In: Lerman S. (ed.) Encyclopedia of mathematics education. Second edition. Springer, Cham: 128–134. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/6891
Upadhyay B. (2010) Science, religion, and constructivism: Constructing and understanding reality. Cultural Studies of Science Education 5: 41–46.
Vowe G. (2017) Theoretische Ansätze als kommunikative Konstruktionen: Optionen und Konsequenzen einer konstruktivistischen Erklärung der Wissenschaftsentwicklung. [A genealogy of constructivism in gender media studies] M&K Medien & Kommunikationswissenschaft 65(2): 236–251. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/7093
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