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How Technology Aids Constructivism in the Social Studies Classroom


Social Studies Volume 90, Number 1, ISSN 0037-7996


States that by using the constructivist model for learning, schools can create a culture that values collaboration, promotes self-reliance, and prepares students with critical-handling skills. Summarizes activities teachers can utilize to promote constructivist learning by incorporating the use of technology. Considers different types of technology tools. (CMK)


Rice, M.L. & Wilson, E.K. (1999). How Technology Aids Constructivism in the Social Studies Classroom. Social Studies, 90(1), 28-33. Retrieved January 26, 2020 from .

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