Constructionist (noun)

A person who believes that knowledge and reality are constructed through human experience and interpretation.


Late 20th century: from construction + -ist.


  1. The constructionist approach to learning emphasized hands-on experiences and student-led inquiry.
  2. The constructionist perspective challenges traditional views of objectivity and truth.
  3. The constructionist believed that the way we see the world is shaped by our cultural and social experiences.
  4. The constructionist theory of knowledge has important implications for education and the way we think about learning.
  5. The constructionist's work emphasized the importance of context and perspective in shaping our understanding of the world.
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