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Methodology, in philosophy, treats the issue of how we (can) know what we (think we) know.

Kevin Kruse wrote:

Constructivism has its roots in ideas of discovery-learning (Bruner, 1961), and asserts that learners must "construct" their own knowledge and behaviors through undirected experiences. [1]