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  • "Democracy and Education", von John Dewey aus dem Jahr 1916, ist eine der zentralen Texte des Pragmatismus, auf den sich auch die konstruktivistischen Lernthorien heute berufen. Lesen Sie das Original im Internet. Auf S. 60 finden Sie die folgende Passage:
    • That education is not an affair of "telling" and being told, but an active and constructive process, is a principle almost as generally violated in practice as conceded in theory. Is not this deplorable situation due to the fact that the doctrine is itself merely told? It is preached; it is lectured; it is written about. But its enactment into practice requires that the school environment be equipped with agencies for doing, with tools and physical materials, to an extent rarely attained. It requires that methods of instruction and administration be modified to allow and to secure direct and continuous occupations with things. Not that the use of language as an educational resource should lessen; but that its use should be more vital and fruitful by having its normal connection with shared activities. "These things ought ye to have done, and not to have left the others undone." And for the school "these things" mean equipment with the instrumentalities of coöperative or joint activity. (S. 60)

     

  • In dem Buch von Bransford, Brown & Cocking werden die Ergebnisse verschiedener Studien zu konstruktivistischen Lernumgebungen (etwa Jasper) dargestellt. (John D. Bransford, Ann L. Brown, and Rodney R. Cocking etc. al. (2000). How People Learn. Brain, Mind, Experience, and School. National Academic Press. )

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