1 = 15 [30; 60; 45] 30 ? Credit-based systemMore than 400 students of English/year > < 37teachersMini-survey: 95% students of Englishwant a language-using environment (Thuyen, 2010) Photo: Tuan Dung Dz
1. Divide Unshaded portion of ‘A’ into TWO equal & identical parts. 2. Divide Unshaded portion of ‘B’ into THREE equal & identical parts. 3. Divide Unshaded portion of ‘C’ into FOUR equal & identical parts. Clues : The solution is not in the form of triangles. The solution lies in the problem itself.4. Divide ‘D’ into SEVEN equal & identical parts.Clues : The solution is not in the form of triangles.
Informal Non-formal FormalCEC | Community English Club Sharing knowledge Connecting community
Social Development Theory Lev Vygotsky (1896-1934)
Community of PracticeIt is through the process of sharing information andexperiences with the group that the members learn fromeach other, and have an opportunity to developthemselves personally and professionally . (Lave & Wenger, 1991)
learning throughpractice and participation situated learning
Situated learning I hear, I know Cognition Deeper Auditory Learning Visual KinaestheticI see, I remember I do, I understand Memory Meta Cognition
Factors of a successful CoP Individuals SocialCollaboration presence Motivation
Crawford, K. (1996) Vygotskian approaches to human development in the information era. EducationalStudies in Mathematics. (31) 43-62.Lave, Jean; Wenger, Etienne (1991). Situated Learning: Legitimate Peripheral Participation. Cambridge: CambridgeUniversity Press. ISBN 0521423740. http://books.google.com/?id=CAVIOrW3vYAC. ; first published in 1990 as Institutefor Research on Learning report 90-0013Kimble, Chris; Hildreth, Paul; Bourdon, Isabelle (2008). Communities of Practice: Creating Learning Environments forEducators. Information Age Publishing. ISBN 1593118635. http://www.chris-kimble.com/CLEE/ToC.html.