Sociaal constructivisme

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Social Constructivism is a theory of human learning based upon the learners' social situation and community. The zone of proximal development (ZPD), developed by Lev Vygotsky and expanded upon by a number of scholars is an idea under social constructivism.

In recent decades, constructivist theorists in United States have extended the traditional focus on individual learning to address collaborative and social dimensions of learning. It is possible to see social constructivism as a bringing together of aspects of the work of Piaget with that of Vygotsky and for instance Bruner. The term Communal constructivism was introduced by Bryn Holmes in 2001. As described in an early paper, "in this model, students will not simply pass through a course like water through a sieve but instead leave their own imprint in the learning process."

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