Constructivist Foundations 9 (3):440-446 (2014)

Markus F. Peschl
University of Vienna
Gianfranco Bottaro
Universite Laval
Upshot: This response focuses on the following issues, which summarize the points made by the commentaries: (i) further reflection on and details of the methodological framework that was applied to studying the proposed design of our innovation course, (ii) the issue of generalizability of the findings for teaching innovation (in this context the question of generic or transferable skills will become central), and (iii) finally, more precise explanation of what we mean by “learning from the future as it emerges.”
Keywords constructivism  teaching  learning  innovation
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