Attempting to Come to Grips with Alternative Perspectives
Educational Technology Volume 31, Number 9, ISSN 0013-1962
Discusses theories of constructivism, educational technology, and instructional design that were raised in an earlier issue. Topics discussed include process versus content of learning; collaboration; prespecification of knowledge in building instruction; and the design of learning environments. Two examples contrasting objectivist and constructivist learning are included. (13 references) (LRW)
Duffy, T.M. & Bednar, A.K. (1991). Attempting to Come to Grips with Alternative Perspectives. Educational Technology, 31(9), 12-15.
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James Cheaney, Department of Genetics, Development, and Cell Biology at Iowa State University, USA.; Thomas Ingebritsen, Iowa State University
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Jan McMahill, Drake University
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