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In recent years, constructivist positions have gained considerable influence on pedagogical thinking in general and religious education theory and practice in particular. The basic argument comes down to the question how learning happens. From a constructivist perspective, learning has to be understood as an active social process of creating individually viable meaning through the experience of difference. Current practice of RE seems to be widely shaped by a kind of pragmatic constructivism. The paper first describes and critically evaluates three of its basic options, which redefine the role of the learner, the instructor and the subject matter in religious learning processes. Secondly, a search for blind spots of constructivist practice is carried out considering works of the French philosopher and sociologist Bruno Latour.

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In recent years, constructivist positions have gained considerable influence on pedagogical thinking in general and religious education theory and practice in particular. The basic argument comes down to the question how learning happens. From a constructivist perspective, learning has to be understood as an active social process of creating individually viable meaning through the experience of difference.

Current practice of RE seems to be widely shaped by a kind of pragmatic constructivism. The paper first describes and critically evaluates three of its basic options, which redefine the role of the learner, the instructor and the subject matter in religious learning processes. Secondly, a search for blind spots of constructivist practice is carried out considering works of the French philosopher and sociologist Bruno Latour.

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We'd like to understand how you use our websites in order to improve them. Register your interest. Piaget's theory of genetic recognition has a number of pedagogical implications. With the swing from structuralism to constructivism, Piaget created one of the first constructivist learning theories around the middle of this century. After this has been briefly presented, its relationship to present-day teaching and learning research, pedagogical practice and other forms of constructivism is examined critically.

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