Wherein I examine learning theories and ask an important question: is truth part of learning? If so, in what way? In this article, I briefly analyze collaborativism, Social Constructivism and Behaviorism. What role does relativism play? What about a sense of an objective reality?
Some people adhere to a theory that all claims of truth are constructions. Yet, this theory is self-refuting.
I argue here that SOME claims of truth are socially constructed. Yet all truth claims have an aspect of social construction to them. This is true because humans use language embedded in culture. But that doesn’t mean we can’t make claims that are true in an objective sense.
Read the article below: