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The Assumptions of Constructivism and Instructional Design

Educational Technology Volume 31, Number 9, ISSN 0013-1962


Discusses three assumptions that relate to constructivism and instructional design which are based on articles in an earlier issue: (1) an emphasis on learning rather than on performance and instruction; (2) the changing role of technology for promoting learning rather than to teach content; and (3) the changing roles of instructional designers. (30 references) (LRW)


Winn, W.D. (1991). The Assumptions of Constructivism and Instructional Design. Educational Technology, 31(9), 38-40. Retrieved September 26, 2022 from .

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