Unit 3- Models of Learning
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As you can see, our new online learner, Lou, is experiencing considerable frustration in logging on (the one with the hatchet!). The e-moderator adopts the role of ensuring access and welcoming and encouraging. Use of time and motivation to take part becomes an issue from the very beginning. Motivation is an essential element to get participants through the early stages of use of the hardware and software systems and towards engagement and mobilisation of learning.
Hi Michelle, is the development of e-learners or the development of communities of practice of particular interest to you? by Feb 22
contents : introduction · communities of practice · legitimate peripheral participation and situated learning · learning organizations and learning communities · conclusion · references · links · how to cite this article Many of the ways we have of talking about learning and education are based on the assumption that learning is something that individuals do. Furthermore, we often assume that learning 'has a beginning and an end; that it is best separated from the rest of our activities; and that it is the result of teaching' (Wenger 1998: 3). But how would things look if we took a different track? Supposing learning is social and comes largely from of our experience of participating in daily life?