Learning Theory that people learn best by making things (D And D) (Stimulating Learning Projects) (Network Of Learning)
associated with Seymour Papert
Future Of Learning group at the MediaLab - defunct since 2003?
more-current papers from Mitchel Resnick's Life Long Kindergarten group.
It included everything associated with Piaget's Constructivism, but went beyond it to assert that constructivist learning happens especially well when people are engaged in constructing a product, something external to themselves such as a sand castle, a machine, a computer program or a book. I hugely agree, because esp for collaborative learning, it creates a more real form of FeedBack: without that, most groups sink to Pathological behavior. (Stimulating Learning Projects)
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