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Howe K. R. & Berv J. (2000) Constructing constructivism, epistemological and pedagogical. In: Phillips D. C. (ed.) Constructivism in education: Opinions and second opinions on controversial issues. National Society for the Study of Education, Chicago: 19–40. Fulltext at
The idea of “constructivism” now pervades the educational literature. Indeed, so much has been written on the topic that we are reluctant to claim that we make any points in this chapter that haven’t been made in one form or another before. Nonetheless, we believe that a considerable amount of fog continues to obscure the landscape, partic-ularly its epistemological contours. We hope to disperse much of it and provide a clearer view.

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