Author: Edith K. Ackermann (deceased)

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
Short Bio
Edith K. Ackermann was a Honorary Professor of Developmental Psychology at the University of Aix-Marseille, France, and Visiting Scientist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology School of Architecture, Design Laboratory. She taught graduate students, conducts research, and consults for organizations and institutions interested in human learning, imagination, and creativity. She liked to work with designers, educators, scholars, and policy-makers committed to rethinking what it means to be knowledgeable, literate, or skilled in today’s digitally saturated world – and what it takes to become so. Recent collaborations included the LEGO Learning Institute, OLPC, INVIVIA, the PIAZZA and PUENTE EU Projects, and the Exploratorium Science Museum, San Francisco, where she was granted an Osher Fellowship and an “Outstanding Educator” Award in 2010. She passed away on 24 December 2016.
Constructivist approaches covered: This is the list of constructivist approaches covered in Edith K. Ackermann’s publications in Constructivist Foundations. For a list of all approaches see http://approaches.cepa.info Constructionism · Radical Constructivism
Scientific disciplines covered: This is the list of all disciplines referred to by Edith K. Ackermann’s publications in Constructivist Foundations. For a list of all disciplines see http://disciplines.cepa.info Consciousness Science · Epistemology · Philosophy · Psychology
Publications in Constructivist Foundations
Reader Impact Factor: 2.56 The RIF of an author expresses how many times more often the texts of this author have been downloaded than the average text, i.e., RIF = dn/D, with d = number of downloads of all texts of this author, D = number of all downloads of all texts, n = number of all texts published.


Ackermann E. K. (2015) Author’s response: Impenetrable minds, delusion of shared experience: Let’s pretend (“dicciamo che io ero la mamma”). Constructivist Foundations 10(3): 418–421. http://constructivist.info/10/3/418
Ackermann E. K. (2015) Amusement, delight, and whimsy: Humor has its reasons that reason cannot ignore. Constructivist Foundations 10(3): 405–411. http://constructivist.info/10/3/405
Glasersfeld E. von & Ackermann E. K. (2011) Reflections on the concept of experience and the role of consciousness. Unfinished fragments. Constructivist Foundations 6(2): 193–203. http://constructivist.info/6/2/193

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