James S.

asked • 01/15/22

Radical Constructivism

Can you help me to explain and give a situational examples? Thank you.


  1. Radical constructivism is the idea that all learning must be constructed, and there is no utility or meaning in instruction that is teacher or textbook driven. Radical constructivism is often referred to in reference to mathematics, but it can be difficult to understand and enact.

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