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Marín N., Benarroch A. & Jiménez G. E. (2000) What is the relationship between social constructivism and Piagetian constructivism? An analysis of the characteristics of the ideas within both theories. International Journal of Science Education 22(3): 225–238. Fulltext at
For twenty years, social constructivism has been a paradigm in science teaching and not an easy bedfellow for piagetian constructivism, even though both have had the same thing in mind… a study of the learner. For this reason we attempt to find connections and bridges between them so that both may be enriched, to the benefit of science teaching.

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