Annotation:Learning and Adaptation in the Theory of Constructivism/Mdjnotgc21

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Thema Lernen
Thema Anpassung
Annotation of Learning_and_Adaptation_in_the_Theory_of_Constructivism
Annotation Comment Der Drang zu Wissen ist auch Drang zur Anpassung. Dadurch sind Lernen und Anpassung komplementäre Phänomene
Last Modification Date 2019-03-11T17:07:13.959Z
Last Modification User User:Sarah Oberbichler
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