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Learning in Communities of Practice - Etienne Wenger
Learning in Communities of Practice - Etienne Wenger
Learning in Communities of Practice - Etienne Wenger
Learning in Communities of Practice - Etienne Wenger
Learning in Communities of Practice - Etienne Wenger
Learning in Communities of Practice - Etienne Wenger
Learning in Communities of Practice - Etienne Wenger
Learning in Communities of Practice - Etienne Wenger
Learning in Communities of Practice - Etienne Wenger
Learning in Communities of Practice - Etienne Wenger
Learning in Communities of Practice - Etienne Wenger
Learning in Communities of Practice - Etienne Wenger
Learning in Communities of Practice - Etienne Wenger
Learning in Communities of Practice - Etienne Wenger
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  • 1. Learning in communities of practice challenges for the 21st century Etienne Wenger October 21, 2010, Lillehammer
  • 2. Etienne Wenger … about being a flower? What does a flower know …
  • 3. Etienne Wenger … about being a flower? What does a computer know …
  • 4. Etienne Wenger Purple in the nose language and meaning in practice
  • 5. Etienne Wenger Learning can be defined as a realignment of competence and experience, whichever leads the other. Socially defined competence: degrees of mastery paradigmatic trajectories baseline and frontier The experience of members accountability claims to competence personal trajectories Learning from a social perspective competence and experience
  • 6. Etienne Wenger learningpractice community meaning identity What are we doing? Where do we belong? Who are we becoming? What is our experience? A social theory of learning some key concepts
  • 7. Etienne Wenger Theory and schooling is also a practice Practice is not the application of theory Students easily switch between practices, but understanding improves with their interplay No practice subsumes another There is no intrinsic ordering in relevance We should strive to enable students to view one practice with the other in mind Principles Implications Key implications learning in practice: school and at work
  • 8. Etienne Wenger Regulatory body Teaching Research discipline 1 Workplace A Workplace B Research discipline 2 Profession I Profession II Professional body Service recipent A Service recipient B A complex landscape of practice a body of knowledge
  • 9. Etienne Wenger Regulatory body Teaching Research discipline 1 Workplace A Workplace B Research discipline 2 Profession I Profession II Professional body Service recipent A Service recipient B Competing views of practice communities and boundaries
  • 10. Etienne Wenger Regulatory body Teaching Research discipline 1 Workplace A Workplace B Research discipline 2 Profession I Profession II Professional body Service recipent A Service recipient B A complexifying landscape of practice new entrants and contenders Client communities Wikipedia Bloggers Informal communities Twitterers NGO’sOpen curriculum Professional networks Google Topical websites Social networks
  • 11. Etienne Wenger Engagement Imagination Alignment Crossing boundaries Being creative Going deep Making a difference Building a trajectory Locating oneself Seeing a future Finding oneself in a landscape of practice modes of identification
  • 12. Etienne Wenger The new source of value creation depends on the engagement of people’s identity in their work. The personal in the service of the formal The formal in the service of the personal Personalization of value creation work in the 21st century
  • 13. Etienne Wenger The 21st century will be the century of identity If your educational system is going to be relevant to our students in the 21st century … how can it help students address this key learning challenge The future of learning a challenge for institutions
  • 14. Etienne Wenger

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