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      www.exploratorium.edu/education/ifi/constructivist-learning 2 "Constructivism asserts two main principles whose applications have far-reaching consequences for the study of cognitive development and learning as well as for ...
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      viking.coe.uh.edu/~ichen/ebook/et-it/constr.htm Additional Information An Overview of Constructivist Theories. Constructivism embodies two major perspectives, cognitive constructivism and social constructivism.