Constructionism (in the context of learning) is the idea that people learn effectively through making things. Constructionism is connected with experiential learning and builds on some of the ideas of Jean Piaget. More on the subject can be found at "Wikipedia: Constructionist learning" .
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 External links
- Situating Constructionism by Seymour Papert and Idit Harel, the first chapter from the book Constructionism (1991).
- Constructionism vs Instructionism - speech delivered by Papert to a conference of educators in Japan, in the 1980s
- Seymour Papert's website - with several articles and resources
- The Nature of Constructionist learning - MIT open-to-all online reading list on constructionism
- Lifelong kindergarten - MIT's "lifelong kindergarten" project
- Lego Ed - Lego's education division. Resources on how to 'brick out' in the classroom
- Ackerman on Constructivism vs Constructionism - Edith Ackerman draws out the differences between Piaget's Constructivism, Vygotsky's Socio-Constructivism and Papert's ConstructioNism
- Sim City and English teaching - Gromik's article in JALTCALL
- ArtLab - David Gauntlett's Artlab project.
- Serious Play - Lego's bid to have suits shuffle bricks in a bid to free up corporate creativity
- Constructivism mindmap A mindmap of constructivism in education, which is nevertheless applicable to constructionism