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Radical Constructivism and Social Justice: Educational Implications
Constructivist Foundations
  • Dewey I. Dykstra, Jr., Boise State University
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Publication Date
7-1-2014
Disciplines
Abstract
Upshot • Gash describes some very interesting and exemplary work using RC-influenced research and practices. I worry that his third stage of a three-stage emergence of constructivist epistemology in the study of cognitive development is consistent with a distinction between focus on individual cognitive development and focus on knowledge not in the mind but in the group, inconsistent with RC. An alternative is given and the issue of an RC perspective on social justice is discussed.
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Dewey I. Dykstra. "Radical Constructivism and Social Justice: Educational Implications" Constructivist Foundations (2014)
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