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In the previous two installments I discussed the myth of learning "styles" and how constructivist learning theory (CLT) can inform teaching.  This part expands on constructivist learning theory and introduces two offspring of CLT: developmental and social learning theories (DLT and SLT).  Developmental learning theory...