Constructivism and Learning Research in Science Education
by Richard F. Gunstone — 2000
This chapter has a somewhat more restricted focus. It is concerned with discussing, illustrating, and assessing both the impact of constructivist ideas on classroom research and the ways this research informs classroom practice. I will also consider some of the critiques directed at constructivism. All this will be done within the context of science education.
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