The Constructivist Connection: Linking Theory, Best Practice, and Technology
Journal of Computing in Teacher Education Volume 12, Number 2, ISSN 1040-2454
Two university projects linked constructivist theory with effectiveness practices. One group of preservice teachers completed journal entries about their math class. Another used e-mail for collaborative learning activities. The projects showed the many benefits of using e-mail as a constructivist tool in both content and field-based classes. (SM)
Wolffe, R.J. & McMullen, D.W. (1996). The Constructivist Connection: Linking Theory, Best Practice, and Technology. Journal of Computing in Teacher Education, 12(2), 25-28.
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