Out surfing and I found some interesting things.
#11 This first site is http://www.sedl.org/pubs/tec26/cnc.html. It is a published guide on Constructivism and Technology. The page I indicated is titled, "Computers and Constructivism."
#12 The second site I found was http://www.quasar.ualberta.ca/edit573/Links/constructivism.htm. It was a website dedicated to Constructivism links. Not all of the links worked, but even the general topics were helpful to use as the basis of a search. The page was titled, "Constructivism Links."
#13 This next page was very new to me, and I will cover it further in a separate blog entry, but it was at http://www.miamisci.org/ph/lpintro5e.html. The site was titled, "Constructivism and the Five E's." I had never heard about the 5 E's. It was an interesting way of gaining perspective.
#14 This resource was at http://www.funderstanding.com/content/theories/about-learning/poetry-and-constructivism-and-better-learning#more-394. It was titled, "Poetry and Constructivism, and Better Learning." I hadn't come across something so specific about Constructivism, this is a fantastic way to really start breaking into Constructivism for me.
#15 The last site (for now) was at http://www.exploratorium.edu/IFI/resources/constructivistlearning.html. It was titled, "Constructivist Learning Theory." The entire paper spoke from the perspective of museum educators. I think that the perspective that they provide is a valuable resource for teachers to learn from.