Radical Constructivism: A Way of Knowing and Learning

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Falmer Press, Jan 1, 1995 - Mathematics - 213 pages
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This book gives a definitive theoretical account of radical constructivism., a theory of knowing that provides a pragmatic approach to questions about reality, truth, language and human understanding. The chapter are: (1) "Growing up Constructivist: Languages and Thoughtful People," (2) "Unpopular Philosophical Ideas: A History in Quotations," (3) "Piaget's Constructivist Theory of Knowing," (4) "The Construction of Concepts," (5) "Reflection and Abstraction," (6) "Constructing Agents: The Self and Others," (7) "On Language, Meaning, and Communication," (8) "The Cybernetic Connection," (9) "Units, Plurality and Number," and (10) "To Encourage Students' Conceptual Constructing." Each chapter contains notes. (Contains 218 references.) (MKR)

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