Constructivistic Paradigm of Education
This article is devoted to the main ideas of constructivist epistemology and philosophy of education. Knowledge is based on the conceptual schemes of reality; it is constructed by cognitive subject rather than represents objective reality. It is justified, that learning needs differentiation on the base of constructivistic understanding of training. The practical consequences of the educational constructivistic principles for philosophy of education and for teaching of philocophical subjects are examined.
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