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Towards expert knowledge ? A comparison between a constructivist and a traditional learning environment in the university

@inproceedings{TynjaK1999TowardsEK,
  title={Towards expert knowledge ? A comparison between a constructivist and a traditional learning environment in the university},
  author={PaK ivi TynjaK},
  year={1999}
}
  • PaK ivi TynjaK
  • Published 1999
  • This research monograph examines the potential of constructivist learning environments for developing prerequisites of expert knowledge during university studies. Drawing on recent theories of the development of expert knowledge and on the constructivist view of learning, an experiment was conducted in an educational psychology course. The primary purpose of the study was to compare the learning outcomes of students who studied the course material in a constructivist learning environment with… CONTINUE READING

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