- The Eight Big Ideas of the Constructionist Learning Lab (PDF) – The father of constructionism explains what it looks like in this guide for laypeople
- Constructionism vs. Instructionism by Seymour Papert –
- Constructivism(s): Shared roots, crossed paths, multiple legacies – A brilliant overview of constructivism and constructionism by Edith Ackermann
- Computer as Material: Messing About With Time by George Franz and Seymour Papert –
- A Critique of Technocentrism in Thinking About the School of the Future by Seymour Papert –
- Epistemological Pluralism and the Revaluation of the Concrete – An incredibly powerful paper by Sherry Turkle and Seymour Papert
- Computer as Mudpie by Seymour Papert –
- What’s the Big Idea? Toward a pedagogy of idea power by Seymour Papert – One of Papert’s strongest and most recent papers.
- Situating Constructionism – The first chapter from the book Constructionism, edited by Idit Harel and Seymour Papert
- Climbing to Understanding: Lessons from an Experimental Learning Environment for Adjudicated Youth – By David Cavallo, Seymour Papert, and Gary Stager
- Papert.org – Online collection of articles, speeches, and book chapters by Seymour Papert
- DailyPapert – A collection of quotes from Seymour Papert curated by Gary Stager.
- Constructionism in Practice: Designing, Thinking, and Learning in A Digital World – By Yasmin B. Kafai and Mitchel Resnick
Books by Seymour Papert
- Mindstorms: Children, Computers, And Powerful Ideas – Constructionism explained as the way people naturally learn. In it, Papert explores how learning to program computers and gain mastery over them can influence how children learn everything else.
- The Children’s Machine: Rethinking School In The Age Of The Computer – Looking back on the first decade of computers in schools and what lies ahead.
- The Connected Family: Bridging the Digital Generation Gap – How parents can understand computers as thinking and learning partners for their children.