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importance of learning content within an authentic context

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  • Content is understood in the context that it is learned.genuine learning can only occur within a context that is meaningful and relevant to the learner. —Paulo Freire, Pedagogy of the Oppressed

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  • Knowledge, we suggest, similarly indexes the situation in which it arises and is used. The embedding circumstances efficiently provide essential parts of its structure and meaning. So knowledge, which comes coded by and connected to the activity and environment in which it is developed, is spread across its component parts, some of which are in the mind and some in the world much as the final picture on a jigsaw is spread across its component pieces.
    Brown, Collings, and Duguid. (1989)
    Brunsell 09/10
  • Knowledge, we suggest, similarly indexes the situation in which it arises and is used. The embedding circumstances efficiently provide essential parts of its structure and meaning. So knowledge, which comes coded by and connected to the activity and environment in which it is developed, is spread across its component parts, some of which are in the mind and some in the world much as the final picture on a jigsaw is spread across its component pieces.
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    Brown, Collings, and Duguid. (1989)
    Brunsell 09/10
  • Knowledge, we suggest, similarly indexes the situation in which it arises and is used. The embedding circumstances efficiently provide essential parts of its structure and meaning. So knowledge, which comes coded by and connected to the activity and environment in which it is developed, is spread across its component parts, some of which are in the mind and some in the world much as the final picture on a jigsaw is spread across its component pieces.
    Authenticity
    problem…process...audience
    Brown, Collings, and Duguid. (1989)
    Brunsell 09/10
  • Knowledge, we suggest, similarly indexes the situation in which it arises and is used. The embedding circumstances efficiently provide essential parts of its structure and meaning. So knowledge, which comes coded by and connected to the activity and environment in which it is developed, is spread across its component parts, some of which are in the mind and some in the world much as the final picture on a jigsaw is spread across its component pieces.
    Empowerment
    trust & risk-taking
    Brown, Collings, and Duguid. (1989)
    Brunsell 09/10
  • Knowledge, we suggest, similarly indexes the situation in which it arises and is used. The embedding circumstances efficiently provide essential parts of its structure and meaning. So knowledge, which comes coded by and connected to the activity and environment in which it is developed, is spread across its component parts, some of which are in the mind and some in the world much as the final picture on a jigsaw is spread across its component pieces.
    Content Rich
    Brown, Collings, and Duguid. (1989)
    Brunsell 09/10