A case study of a school implementing a constructivist philosophy

@inproceedings{Brown2006ACS,
  title={A case study of a school implementing a constructivist philosophy},
  author={Joshua C. Brown},
  year={2006}
}
vi Chapter 1 Background and Purpose of Study 1 Background on Constructivism 5 Moderate Social constructivism 5 Radical Social Constructivism 7 Moderate Psychological Constructivism 8 Radical Psychological Constructivism 9 Summary 10 Statement of Problem 10 Purpose of the Study 11 Research Questions 11 Significance of Study 12 Limitations of Study 12 Assumptions 13 Definition of Terms 13 Summary of Chapter 15 Organization of the Chapters 15 About the researcher 16 Chapter 2 Review of Literature… CONTINUE READING

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