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Alroe H. F. (2000) Science as systems learning: Some reflections on the cognitive and communicational aspects of science. Cybernetics & Human Knowing 7(4): 57–78. https://cepa.info/3160

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Bartelt W., Ranjeet T. & Saha A. (2018) Meta-engineering: A methodology to achieve autopoiesis in intelligent systems. In: Samsonovich A. V. (ed.) Biologically inspired cognitive architectures meetingSpringer, Cham: 27–36. https://cepa.info/6570

Bell T. & Lodi M. (2019) Constructing Computational Thinking Without Using Computers. Constructivist Foundations 14(3): 342–351. https://cepa.info/6049

Berland M., Baker R. S. & Blikstein P. (2014) Educational data mining and learning analytics: Applications to constructionist research. Technology. Knowledge and Learning 19(1–2): 205–220. https://cepa.info/6076

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Borg P., Hewitt D. & Jones I. (2016) Negotiating Between Learner and Mathematics: A Conceptual Framework to Analyze Teacher Sensitivity Toward Constructivism in a Mathematics Classroom. Constructivist Foundations 12(1): 59–69. https://cepa.info/3810

Boytchev P. (2015) Constructionism and Deconstructionism. Constructivist Foundations 10(3): 355–363. https://cepa.info/2151

Buchinger E. & Scott B. (2010) Comparing Conceptions of Learning: Pask and Luhmann. Constructivist Foundations 5(3): 109–120. https://cepa.info/157

Bunnell P. (2017) Reflections on learning as designing. Kybernetes 46(9): 1486–1498. https://cepa.info/6792

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Bächtold M. (2013) What do students “construct” according to constructivism in science education?. Research in Science Education 43(6): 2477–2496. https://cepa.info/4653

Cakir M. (2008) Constructivist approaches to learning in science and their implications for science pedagogy: A literature review. International Journal of Environmental & Science Education 3(4): 193–206. https://cepa.info/3848

Cakir M. (2008) Constructivist approaches to learning in science and their implications for science pedagogy: A literature review. International Journal of Environmental & Science Education Vol. 3. 3, July 2008, 193–206. https://cepa.info/3081

Chang B. (2018) Patterns of knowledge construction. Adult Education Quarterly 2: 108–136. https://cepa.info/6498

Chrzanowski K. L., Zárate K. V., Salazar C. R. & Ortiz M. E. A. (2010) The effects of the second-order observation on the mediation practices in multidisciplinary contexts at the undergraduate level: The case of three accompanied devices. In: L. G. C. D. M. B. & I. C. T. (eds.) EDULEARN10 Proceedings CD: Second International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies, 5–7 July 2010, Barcelona, Spain. International Association of TechnologyEducation and Development (IATED), Valencia: 1868–1876. https://cepa.info/6841

Cifarelli V. V. & Sevim V. (2014) Examining the Role of Re-Presentation in Mathematical Problem Solving: An Application of Ernst von Glasersfeld’s Conceptual Analysis. Constructivist Foundations 9(3): 360–369. https://cepa.info/1093

Cohen L. B., Chaput H. H. & Cashon C. H. (2002) A constructivist model of infant cognition. Cognitive Development 17: 1323–1343. https://cepa.info/5849

Coles A. (2015) On enactivism and language: Towards a methodology for studying talk in mathematics classrooms. ZDM Mathematics Education 47(2): 235–246. https://cepa.info/6131

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Cooper P. A. (1993) Paradigm shifts in designed instruction: From behaviorism to cognitivism to constructivism. Educational Technology 33: 12–19. https://cepa.info/5222

Dagienė V. & Futschek G. (2019) On the Way to Constructionist Learning of Computational Thinking in Regular School Settings. Constructivist Foundations 14(3): 231–233. https://cepa.info/6023

Dagienė V., Futschek G. & Stupurienė G. (2019) Creativity in Solving Short Tasks for Learning Computational Thinking. Constructivist Foundations 14(3): 382–396. https://cepa.info/6060

Daskolia M., Kynigos C. & Makri K. (2015) Learning about Urban Sustainability with Digital Stories: Promoting Collaborative Creativity from a Constructionist Perspective. Constructivist Foundations 10(3): 388–396. https://cepa.info/2160

Dick W. (1992) An instructional designer’s view of constructivism. In: Duffy T. M. & Jonassen D. H. (eds.) Constructivism and the technology of instruction: A conversationLawrence Erlbaum Associates, Hillsdale NJ: 91–98. https://cepa.info/5209

Diettrich O. (1993) Cognitive and communicative development in reality free representation. Cognitiva 5(2): 219–243. https://cepa.info/3009

Dreyfus H. (2002) Intelligence without representations – Merleau-Ponty’s critique of mental representation: The relevance of phenomenology to scientific explanation. Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences 1(4): 367–383. https://cepa.info/5735

Dreyfus H. L. (2002) Intelligence without representation – Merleau-Ponty’s critique of mental representation: The relevance of phenomenology to scientific explanation. Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences 1(4): 367–383. https://cepa.info/4592

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Gash H. (2009) Attitude change, stereotypes and tolerance. In: Lasker G. E. & Hiwaki K. (eds.) Personal and spiritual development in the world of cultural diversity. Vol VI.IIAS, Tecumseh Ontario: 13–20. https://cepa.info/2612

Gash H. (2014) Constructing Constructivism. Constructivist Foundations 9(3): 302–310. https://cepa.info/1077

Georgeon O. L. & Aha D. (2013) The Radical Interactionism Conceptual Commitment. Journal of Artificial General Intelligence 4(2): 31–36. https://cepa.info/3787

Georgeon O. L. & Riegler A. (2019) CASH only: Constitutive autonomy through motorsensory self-programming. Cognitive Systems Research 58: 366–374. https://cepa.info/6000

Georgeon O. L. & Ritter F. E. (2012) An intrinsically-motivated schema mechanism to model and simulate emergent cognition. Cognitive Systems Research 15–16: 73–92. https://cepa.info/5028

Georgeon O. L. (2017) Little AI: Playing a constructivist robot. SoftwareX 6: 161–164. https://cepa.info/5866

Georgeon O., Mille A. & Gay S. (2016) Intelligence artificielle sans données ontologiques sur une réalité presupposée [Artificial intelligence without using ontological data about a presupposed reality]. Intellectica 65: 143–168. https://cepa.info/3662

Georgeon O., Mille A. & Gay S. (2016) Intelligence artificielle sans données ontologiques sur une réalité présupposée [Artificial intelligence without using ontological data about a presupposed reality]. Intellectica 65: 143–168. https://cepa.info/5025

Geraniou E. & Mavrikis M. (2015) Building Bridges to Algebra through a Constructionist Learning Environment. Constructivist Foundations 10(3): 321–330. https://cepa.info/2141

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Glanville R. (2014) Acting to understand and understanding to act. Kybernetes 43(9/10): 1293–1300. https://cepa.info/3905

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Goldspink C. & Kay R. (2003) Organizations as self-organizing and sustaining systems: A complex and autopoietic systems perspective. International Journal of General Systems 32(5): 459–474. https://cepa.info/3951

Gordon M. (2008) Between constructivism and connectedness. Journal of Teacher Education 59(4): 322–332. https://cepa.info/5899

Gordon M. (2009) The misuses and effective uses of constructivist teaching. Teachers and Teaching: Theory and Practice 15: 737–746. https://cepa.info/5750

Gunstone R. F. & Northfield J. R. (1988) Inservice education: Some constructivist perspectives and examples. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA, 5–9 April 1988. https://cepa.info/6686

Hannafin M. J., Hannafin K. M., Land S. M. & Oliver K. (1997) Grounded practice and the design of constructivist learning environments. Educational Technology Research and Development 45(3): 101–117. https://cepa.info/5214

Helland B. (2004) The constructivist learning environment scorecard: A tool to characterize online learning. In: Egan T. M. (ed.) Proceedings AHRD 2004 Conference. Volume 2Academy of Human Resource Development, Bowling Green OH: 618–625. https://cepa.info/5218

Hendry G. D. (1996) Constructivism and educational practice. Australian Journal of Education 40(1): 19–45. https://cepa.info/6639

Herr C. M. (2014) Radical Constructivist Structural Design Education for Large Cohorts of Chinese Learners. Constructivist Foundations 9(3): 393–402. https://cepa.info/1103

Higueras-Herbada A., de Paz C., Jacobs D. M., Travieso D. & Ibáñez-Gijón J. (2019) The direct learning theory: A naturalistic approach to learning for the post-cognitivist era. Adaptive Behavior Online first. https://cepa.info/6112

Hjorth A. & Wilensky U. (2019) Studying Conceptual Change in Classrooms: Using Association Rule Mining to Detect Changes in Students’ Explanations of the Effects of Urban Planning and Social Policy. Constructivist Foundations 14(3): 272–283. https://cepa.info/6034

Hoemann K., Xu F. & Barrett L. (2019) Emotion words, emotion concepts, and emotional development in children: A constructionist hypothesis. Developmental Psychology 55: 1830–1849. https://cepa.info/6390

Hoffman D. D., Singh M. & Prakash C. (2015) The interface theory of perception. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 22(6): 1480–1506. https://cepa.info/4555

Horn J. K. & Wilburn D. (2005) The embodiment of learning. Educational Philosophy and Theory 37(5): 745–760. https://cepa.info/3788

Hornischer H., Plakolb S., Jäger G. & Füllsack M. (2020) Foresight Rather than Hindsight? Future State Maximization As a Computational Interpretation of Heinz von Foerster’s Ethical Imperative. Constructivist Foundations 16(1): 036–049. https://cepa.info/6809

Hug T. (2010) Radical Constructivism Mainstreaming: A Desirable Endeavor? Critical Considerations using Examples from Educational Studies and Learning Theory. Constructivist Foundations 6(1): 58–65. https://cepa.info/173

Hunt J. & Tzur R. (2017) Where is difference? Processes of mathematical remediation through a constructivist lens. The Journal of Mathematical Behavior 48: 62–76. https://cepa.info/5847

Hursen C. & Soykara A. (2012) Evaluation of teachers’ beliefs towards constructivist learning practices. Procedia – Social and Behavioral Sciences 46: 92–100. https://cepa.info/5868

Hutto D. D. (2018) Getting into predictive processing’s great guessing game: Bootstrap heaven or hell?. Synthese 195(6): 2445–2458. https://cepa.info/5388

Jonas W. (2007) Research through DESIGN through research: A cybernetic model of designing design foundations. Kybernetes 36(9/10): 1362–1380. https://cepa.info/4723

Kantar L. (2014) Incorporation of constructivist assumptions into problem-based instruction: A literature review. Nurse Education in Practice 14(3): 233–241. https://cepa.info/5845

Kiefer A. & Hohwy J. (2018) Content and misrepresentation in hierarchical generative models. Synthese 195(6): 2387–2415. https://cepa.info/5387

Kuniyoshi Y., Yorozu Y., Suzuki S., Sangawa S. & Nagakubo A. (2007) Emergence and development of embodied cognition: A constructivist approach using robots. Progress in Brain Research 164: 425–445. https://cepa.info/5853

Laner I. (2021) Reflective interventions: Enactivism and phenomenology on ways of bringing the body into intellectual engagement. Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences 20: 443–461. https://cepa.info/7144

Larochelle M. & Désautels J. (2007) Concerning Ernst von Glasersfeld’s Contribution to Intellectual Freedom: One Interpretation, One Example. Constructivist Foundations 2(2-3): 90–97. https://cepa.info/35

Letiche H. (2017) Researcher reflexivity: What it is and what it can be. Kybernetes 46(9): 1555–1563. https://cepa.info/4652

Lobo L. (2019) Current alternatives on perceptual learning: Introduction to special issue on post-cognitivist approaches to perceptual learning. Adaptive Behavior 27(6): 355–362. https://cepa.info/6286

Lozano M.-D. (2015) Using enactivism as a methodology to characterise algebraic learning. ZDM Mathematics Education 47(2): 223–234. https://cepa.info/6133

Matthen M. (2014) Debunking enactivism: A critical notice of Hutto and Myin’s Radicalizing Enactivism. Canadian Journal of Philosophy 4(1): 118–128. https://cepa.info/5679

Moody M. & Burleson C. (2013) Using service-based, collaborative teaching in journalism courses. Teaching Journalism and Mass Communication: A Journal Published by the Small Programs Interest Group 4(1). https://cepa.info/936

Moroz J. (2015) Knowledge and reality as educational tools of violence. Power and Education 7(1): 113–119. https://cepa.info/6314

Murphy F. & Gash H. (2020) I Can’t Yet and Growth Mindset. Constructivist Foundations 15(2): 083–094. https://cepa.info/6323

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Nixon G. M. (2013) Scientism, Philosophy and Brain-Based Learning. Northwest Journal of Teacher Education 11(1): 113–144. https://cepa.info/6984

Nowak M., Castellini C. & Massironi C. (2018) Applying Radical Constructivism to Machine Learning: A Pilot Study in Assistive Robotics. Constructivist Foundations 13(2): 250–262. https://cepa.info/4615

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Pangaro P. (2001) THOUGHTSTICKER 1986: A personal history of conversation theory in software, and its progenitor, Gordon Pask. Kybernetes 30(5/6): 790–807. https://cepa.info/4809

Papademetri-Kachrimani C. (2015) Learning about Learning with Teachers and (from) Young Children. Constructivist Foundations 10(3): 370–381. https://cepa.info/2156

Parra C. & Yano M. (2002) Tridimensional Recursive Learning Model. Cybernetics & Human Knowing 9(3–4): 79–99. https://cepa.info/3211

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Perkins D. N. (1991) What constructivism demands of the learner. Educational Technology 31(9): 19–21. https://cepa.info/5224

Perotto F. S. (2013) A Computational Constructivist Model as an Anticipatory Learning Mechanism for Coupled Agent–Environment Systems. Constructivist Foundations 9(1): 46–56. https://cepa.info/954

Peschl M. F. (2006) Modes of Knowing and Modes of Coming to Know Knowledge Creation and Co-Construction as Socio-Epistemological Engineering in Educational Processes. Constructivist Foundations 1(3): 111–123. https://cepa.info/12

Peschl M. F. (2007) Triple-Loop Learning as Foundation for Profound Change, Individual Cultivation, and Radical Innovation: Construction Processes beyond Scientific and Rational Knowledge. Constructivist Foundations 2(2-3): 136–145. https://cepa.info/41

Peschl M. F., Bottaro G., Hartner-Tiefenthaler M. & Rötzer K. (2014) Learning How to Innovate as a Socio-epistemological Process of Co-creation: Towards a Constructivist Teaching Strategy for Innovation. Constructivist Foundations 9(3): 421–433. https://cepa.info/1111

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