Category Archives: Situated learning

Material knowing – the scaffolding of human knowledgeability

Read In this paper, I want to argue for the importance of considering materiality in our studies of knowledge in organizations. In particular, I want to make the case that our understanding of organizational knowledge, learning, and capabilities is limited … Continue reading

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Situated Learning Methodologies for Activism in Development Education and Education for Sustainable Development

Read This paper outline how situated cognition can enhance the experience of DE and ESD by creating deeper learning, engaging participants in more real-world action tasks, making certain complex concepts more accessible through cognitive apprenticeship techniques and by expanding DE … Continue reading

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