Resources mentioned in Chapter 2 – Learning
- 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 seminal work about how computers can be seen as a material for making powerful ideas come to life.
- Computer as Mudpie – By Seymour Papert. Connecting the natural learning instincts of children with what they can do as they program a computer.
- Epistemological Pluralism and the Revaluation of the Concrete – An incredibly powerful paper by Sherry Turkle and Seymour Papert about learning styles.
- The Second Self: Computers and the Human Spirit – Well before the internet was available in our pockets or the rise of social media, Sherry Turkle wrote about computers as part of our social and psychological lives.