Personal construct psychology in education and learning

Abstract

Recently educational technology has undergone a change of emphasis in the methods and means of teaching: from mass instruction through individualized instruction to group learning. This re-orientation parallels developments within education itself of the three stages of dependent, independent and interdependent learning. This paper discusses the contribution which can be made to this development by personal construct psychology, and in particular the practical role in it of the PEGASUS and SOCIOGRIDS programs for construct elicitation and analysis.

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@inproceedings{POPE1981PersonalCP, title={Personal construct psychology in education and learning}, author={MAUREEN L. POPE and Mildred L. G. Shaw and Trent Park}, year={1981} }