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Topic: Re: New Post at RME: "Constructivism? We Don't Need No Steenking
Constructivism! (or do we?)"

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Kirby Urner

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Re: New Post at RME: "Constructivism? We Don't Need No Steenking
Constructivism! (or do we?)"

Posted: Feb 24, 2009 10:33 AM
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For those wishing a fairly cogent little thumbnail about
constructivism entitled 'About Constructivism', I
recommend this Coffee Shops Network post:

http://coffeeshopsnet.blogspot.com/2009/02/about-constructivism.html

As your sometime poster here, Dr. Hake, Emeritus
Professor of Physics, Indiana University wrote to me:

"""
Your excellent Math-Teach post of 10 Feb 2009 titled
"Constructivism (forks in the road)" [Urner (2009)] was
evidently distributed to subscribers, but evidently (as
of 16 Feb 08:30:00 -0800) not placed on the quirky
Math-Teach archives at
<http://mathforum.org/kb/forum.jspa?forumID=206>.
"""

Then he told me some steps I might take, one of which is
to simply repost the above link.

Kirby

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Ed. note: The Forum has boot-strapped a copy of Kirby's
10 February message back in to the web archive:
http://mathforum.org/kb/thread.jspa?threadID=1899899

Kirby, please accept our apologies for this error.



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