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McAvoy R. & Paparozzi C. (1997) Constructivism: What it is and is not. In: Abrams R. (ed.) Proceedings of the Fourth International Misconceptions Seminar: From misconceptions to constructed understanding, 13–15 June 1997. The Meaningful Learning Research Group, Santa Cruz CA: **MISSING PAGES**. Fulltext at
This paper presents the epistemological assumptions of Constructivism in contrast to those of a more objectivist position. Within this framework is defined the concepts of learning, instruction and evaluation. It presents examples and draws implications for the application in the design of learning settings.


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