Logical Foundation of Inductive Meaning Constructing in Constructivist Interactions

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Resumé

Constructivism is a learning philosophy that interprets the phenomenon of ‘learning’ as an active and dynamic process of knowledge construction. In the framework of constructivism, knowledge is not passively received, but, it is—dynamically—built up. This research has assumed that learners with insights based on their pre-structured knowledge and pre-conceptions (of the world) could actively participate in an interaction with their mentors. In such a framework, constructing and developing meanings and producing meaningful understandings of the world are the central objectives. This research will, by employing Description Logics, analyse inductive meaning constructing as a valuable product of constructivist interactions between mentors and learners. The main idea is based on a new scheme for interpretation based on semantics, induction, and interaction.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelThe Creative University : Contemporary Responses to the Changing Role of the University
ForlagBrill | Sense
Publikationsdato2019
DOI
StatusUdgivet - 2019
NavnCreative Education Bookseries
Vol/bind7
ISSN2542-9418

Fingeraftryk

constructivism
interaction
logic
induction
learning
semantics
interpretation
philosophy

Citer dette

Badie, F. (2019). Logical Foundation of Inductive Meaning Constructing in Constructivist Interactions. I The Creative University: Contemporary Responses to the Changing Role of the University Brill | Sense. Creative Education Bookseries, Bind. 7 https://doi.org/10.1163/9789004384149_011
Badie, Farshad. / Logical Foundation of Inductive Meaning Constructing in Constructivist Interactions. The Creative University: Contemporary Responses to the Changing Role of the University. Brill | Sense, 2019. (Creative Education Bookseries, Bind 7).
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