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Norbert Pachler


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Norbert Pachler

  1. 1. the socio-cultural ecological approachto mobile learningnorbert pachler
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  3. 3. growing significance ofmobile devices learners are making technology their own (appropriation) for and through identity formation social interaction meaning-making entertainment learning in informal contexts
  4. 4. socio-cultural ecology agency: appropriation, meaning-making, habitus of learning, naïve native expertise practices: normalization, self- expression, communication, user-generated content and contexts structures: convergence, milieus, fragmentation, provisionality, discontinuity
  5. 5. new habitus of learning learning as purposive work with cultural resources seeing ones life-worlds framed both as a challenge and as an environment and a potential resource for learning expertise is individually appropriated in relation to personal definitions of relevance the world has become the curriculum populated by mobile device users in a constant state of expectancy and contingency interrelationship between target-orientation, self-representation and play