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Biblical Online Education: Contributions From Constructivisim

by James A. Thorne

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The biblical educator is interested in a pedagogy that provides a paradigm supported by biblical theology for those engaged in the online education enterprise. Constructivism provides student-centered knowledge, truth-oriented perception, individually transformed information, and an activity constructed worldview. The following essay analyzes the constructivist paradigm as it is employed in biblical education online both from a biblical perspective and as it relates to the art and science of providing biblical education online. The conclusion is that Constructivism provides a helpful paradigm for biblical online education
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