in the philosophy of science, the doctrine that people actively construct their reality on the basis of their beliefs and expectations. Also known as constructionism. constructivist a person who espouses constructivism.
Though there has been much work on Morgenthau and the problem of international morality, there has not been a volume that ties Morgenthau so directly into constructivist theory, even if here the move is accomplished in a subtle way.
The point which Gough seems to make is that the artist in real life is a manager of real life, and that the artist as a creator of anything which has an aesthetic existence, on no matter what plane we find it, is not a Constructivist.
We had initially adopted the concept of learning communities as described in the literature and applied the benefits of computer-supported collaborative learning environments (in the support of learning communities) towards constructivist forms of pedagogy.