Teacher Education and the Construction of Meaning
by Virginia Richardson - 1999
This project engaged teachers in long-term inquiries into issues of science, mathematics, and music as well as their own processes of learning. The participants were asked to consider how their learning about learning and inquiry could be used in their own classroom teaching. More recently, constructivist practices have been introduced into the scholarly literature on preservice teacher education.
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