Key word "teaching methods."

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Baviskar S. N., Hartle R. T. & Whitney T. (2009) Essential criteria to characterize constructivist teaching: Derived from a review of the literature and applied to five constructivist‐teaching method articles. International Journal of Science Education 31(4): 541–550. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/4665
Baviskar S., Hartle T. & Whitney T. (2009) Essential criteria to characterize constructivist teaching: Derived from a review of the literature and applied to five constructivist-teaching method articles. International Journal of Science Education 31(4): 541–550.
Cardellini L. (2008) The views and influence of Ernst von Glasersfeld: An introduction. Foundations of Chemistry 10: 129–134. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/4002
Driver R. & Oldham V. (1986) A constructivist approach to curriculum development in science. Studies in Science Education 13: 105–122.
Glasersfeld E. von & Lochhead J. (1995) La formation d’une communauté scientifique à l’age de l’électronique. In: Giordan A., Martinand J.-L. & Raichvarg D. (eds.) Que savons-nous des savoirs scienitifiques et techniques? Proceedings of the 17th international meeting on communication, education, and the scientific and industrial cultures, 1995. Centre Jean Franco, Chamonix: 47–50. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/1466
Huffman D., Goldberg F. & Michlin M. (2003) Using computers to create constructivist learning environments: Impact on pedagogy and achievement. Journal of Computers in Mathematics and Science Teaching 22(2): 151–168.
Kingsley P. (2011) The Socratic dialogue in asynchronous online discussions: Is constructivism redundant? Campus-Wide Information Systems 28(5): 320–330. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/2727
Ohlsson S. (1983) The enaction theory of thinking and its educational implications. Scandinavian Journal of Educational Research 27(2): 73–88.
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