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Moroz J. (2016) Constructivism and education. Refleksje/Reflections 2016(6): 7–9. Fulltext at
It is difficult to answer the question what constructivism is – it is not a homogeneous or cohesive set of theses or ideas. Therefore constructivism cannot be presented in terms of a theory or a paradigm – it is more like a stream which flows freely through various realms of science. However, there is one characteristic and at the same time constitutive epistemological thesis, common to all kinds of constructivism, namely that all our knowledge is a construct.

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