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A Cognitive Constructivist View of Distance Education: An Analysis of Teaching-Learning Assumptions
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Distance Education Volume 14, Number 2, ISSN 0158-7919

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Explores the assumptions of the teaching-learning process in distance education. Cognitive constructivist learning theory is used to clarify current and emerging assumptions regarding teaching and learning at a distance. Observations are made regarding the role of the teacher and teacher/student interaction and whether print based, self-instructional distance education materials can be as effective as classroom instruction. (Contains 19 references.) (SLW)

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Garrison, D.R. (1993). A Cognitive Constructivist View of Distance Education: An Analysis of Teaching-Learning Assumptions. Distance Education, 14(2), 199-211. Retrieved July 19, 2019 from .

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