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Flashcards in Construtionism/Constructivism Deck (12):
1

What is the difference between constuctivist and constructionist?

Constructivist is a cognitive conception/interaction
Constructionist is a social conception/collaboration

2

Connection or separation in constructivism?

Connection!

3

Clinet: object or agent?

Agent

4

What are the four themes in constructivism?

Active agency
Order
Self
Social-symbolic relatedness

5

Elaborate the theme of active agency in constructivism.

People make choices and are active agents in their own lives

6

Elaborate the theme of order in constructivism.

Humans need to order/organise patterns to make meaning

7

Elaborate the theme of self in constructivism.

The body and its boundaries are the axes for organising experiences - if our relationships with our bodies becomes complicated/painful it becomes difficult to order/organise

8

Elaborate the theme of social-symbolic relatedness in constructivism.

A person lives in a web of relationships which are mediated by language and symbol systems

9

What self-knowledge is shaped by attachment?

Self-schemas
Abstract rules
Expectations for interactions with people and the environment

10

According to constructivism what do we do in the fact of overwhelming challenges?

Rigidify and disorganise

11

What does it mean to rigidify and disorganise?

We resist the change but lose routine

12

Who writes about having to unlearn being a scientist to be a therapist?

Mair (1989)