Designing environments for constructive learning

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  • Instructional systems -- Design -- Congresses.,
  • Constructivism (Education) -- Congresses.,
  • Educational technology -- Congresses.,
  • Computer-assisted instruction -- Congresses.

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Statementedited by Thomas M. Duffy, Joost Lowyck, David H. Jonassen ; with the assistance of Thomas M. Welch.
SeriesNATO ASI Series. Series F, Computer and system sciences ;, vol. 105, NATO ASI series., no. 105.
ContributionsDuffy, Thomas M., Lowyck, Joost., Jonassen, David H., 1947-, NATO Advanced Research Workshop on The Design of Constructivist Learning Environments: Implications for Instructional Design and the Use of Technology (1991 : Catholic University of Leuven)
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LC ClassificationsLB1028.38 .D48 1993
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Paginationviii, 374 p. :
Number of Pages374
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Open LibraryOL1413102M
ISBN 100387564527
LC Control Number93022188

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