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Learners and Learning: Section Two: Learning to know what we don’t know

by Working at South Africa Institute for Distance Education on May 04, 2012

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Section Two begins to focus on how we learn in greater detail. In particular, it explores the following question: "How is it possible for those who do not know something to come to know it?" How do ...

Section Two begins to focus on how we learn in greater detail. In particular, it explores the following question: "How is it possible for those who do not know something to come to know it?" How do we, as teachers, enable learners to learn by moving them from the known to the unknown.

We tackle this question by exploring the ways in which human minds:
• construct connections between ideas;
• use what is known to understand new and unknown things;
• are challenged to change old misunderstandings by new and contradictory understandings.

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