by Amy Woodgate

Constructivism relies on the belief that there is not a single reality to be discovered but that each individual has constructed their own personal learning (Smith & Ragan, 199). One of the key persons behind constructivism is Piaget and one of its key tenets is that “knowledge is not transmitted: it is constructed”. Which basically means we need to get into dialogues with each other in order to make sense of new information” — MOOC Yourself (58%)