Konstruktivistische Theoriereflexionen über Bildung benötigen (auch) Praxisbezug

Drygalla-Roy, Heike
April 2009
Erwägen Wissen Ethik;2009, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p262
Academic Journal
The article offers commentary on a foregoing article in this issue by Wolfgang Sander on "Bildung und Perspektivität" and the epistemological concepts of indoctrination avoidance, controversiality, and multiple educational perspectives contained in the Beutelsbach Consensus. The author applauds Sander's theoretical scheme but makes a plea for practical applications of the political lessons to be learned.


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