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Constructivism may refer to:
- Constructivism (art), an early 20th-century artistic movement that extols art as a practice for social purposes
- Constructivism (international relations), a theory that stresses the socially constructed character of international relations
- Constructivism (philosophy of education), a theory about the nature of learning that focuses on how humans make meaning from their experiences
- Constructivist teaching methods, based on constructivist learning theory
- Constructivism (mathematics), a philosophical view that asserts the necessity of constructing a mathematical object to prove that it exists
- Constructivism (psychological school), a psychological approach that assumes that human knowledge is active and constructive
- Constructivist architecture, an architectural movement in Russia in the 1920s and 1930s
- Constructivist epistemology, a philosophy maintaining that science consists of mental constructs created as the result of measuring the natural world
- Social constructivism, a theory that human development is socially situated and knowledge is constructed through interaction with others
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