social constructivism

Social constructivism is a hypothesis that states that individuals learn as a result of social interaction and collaboration with others.

It has evolved from Vygotsky’s activity theory and the notion of the Zone of Proximal Development.

In this digital age, social constructivism is exemplified by online courses such as Blended Learning Essentials, where learners can share ideas and knowledge in a collaborative space to increase their own personal knowledge.

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