What is social constructivism?

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Social constructivism is a term that refers to a social theory of knowledge that emphasises how meanings and understandings grow out of social encounters or settings. This creates a small culture of shared relics with shared meanings.
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Cognitive Constructivism - it is a theory of learning suggesting that learners create their own knowledge of the topics they study rather than receiving that knowledge as transmitted
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Social constructivism is different cognitive constructivism that stresses the nature of different styles of learning coming together. Soviet psychologist, Lev Vygotsky is credited with coming up with this this theory of learning. You can find more information here: http://gsi.berkeley.edu/resources/learning/social.html
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