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Etienne Wenger Etienne Wenger Étienne Charles Wenger (born 1952 in the Swiss canton of Neuchâtel)[1] is an educational theorist and practitioner, best known for his formulation (with Jean Lave) of the theory of situated cognition and his more recent work in the field of communities of practice.[2][3] Life[edit] Having grown up in the French-speaking parts of Switzerland,[1] Wenger achieved a B.S. in Computer Science from the University of Geneva, Switzerland, in 1982. He then studied at the University of California, Irvine, in the United States, gaining an M.S. in Information and Computer Science in 1984 and a Ph.D. in the same subject area in 1990.[4] He currently lives in California, USA. Work[edit] Wenger initially came upon the concept of communities of practice when he was approached by John Seely Brown, to join the Institute for Research of Learning. Wenger holds that learning is an inherently social process and that it cannot be separated from the social context in which it happens. See also[edit]

Personalized Learning: A Working Definition A group of philanthropies and school and technology advocacy groups, with contributions from educators, compiled a four-part "working definition" of the attributes of personalized learning. They also identified critical questions for K-12 officials to consider in implementing personalized learning. Related Story: What Is 'Personalized Learning'? Educators Seek Clarity Sources: Developed by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Afton Partners, the Eli and Edythe Broad Foundation, CEE Trust, the Christensen Institute for Disruptive Innovation, Charter School Growth Fund, EDUCAUSE, iNACOL, the Learning Accelerator, the Michael & Susan Dell Foundation, Silicon Schools, and educatorsDesign & Visualization: Stacey Decker Coverage of personalized learning and systems leadership in Education Week and its special reports is supported in part by the Eli and Edythe Broad Foundation.

CPsquare Communities of practice enable the integration of work and learning. At the Employee Advocacy Summit this afternoon, Jim Dudukovich, a lawyer from The Coca-Cola Company, gave us a rare glimpse into the world where social media and law intersect. He brought simplicity and clarity to a number of issues that arise when planning an employee advocacy program. This is one of a series of posts recapping the day and key comments from speakers and guests. Speaker: Jim Dudukovich, Senior Marketing, Digital & Social Media Counsel, The Coca-Cola Company When creating an EA program, there will be a wide variety of legal issues that are going to arise. Legal Issues to Keep in Mind TransparencyFactual accuracyHonestyMandatory vs. optionalProtected activity Designing a Social Media Policy Social media policies can't be designed in a vacuum and can't be written it stone. "Go to the scene." You'll never learn everything you need to know about social media unless you're involved in it.

The hardest phase: the coalescing phase in communities Image via Wikipedia In a lot of my consultancy work I use a social learning theory- about the functioning and growth of communities of practice. Even when people don't use the term community, but online network, platform, alliance, whatever. As long as learning is one of the goals. Every consultancy is different though- I find it hard to work with blue print materials because every situation is so distinct. I can discern a red line in my work nevertheless. So what are the challenges in the coalescing phase (the phase which follows the first phase when initiators have come together, defined the purpose, a platform has been built and sometimes an official launch has been organised)?

Etienne Wenger, le chercheur suisse qui révolutionne la gestion de la connaissance Etienne Wenger, le chercheur suisse qui révolutionne la gestion de la connaissance Pourquoi les multinationales mandatent-elles ce théoricien neuchâtelois, docteur en intelligence artificielle installé en Californie? Parce que ses recherches permettent d’optimiser leur organisation. Explications. Le 18 septembre 1988, lors d’une conférence publique à San Diego, le chercheur suisse Etienne Wenger a lancé le concept de «community of practice». Que s’est-il passé? D’abord, il faut comprendre que dans les économies avancées, la connaissance est devenue le principal moteur économique. La gestion de la connaissance a pris ces dernières années toutes sortes de formes, allant de groupes de travail ad hoc à des unités orientées clients, en passant par des logiciels de capture du savoir-faire tels que les systèmes experts. Enfin, il faut saisir l’importance du dynamisme du processus de connaissance. La particularité de ces groupes tient au fait qu’ils n’organisent pas de séances. ——- Xavier L.

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Upskilling by Jane Bozarth “It should have been part of our work all along to help the learners be better learners.” New media has brought with it new challenges for instructional designers and facilitators. Where just five years ago we were still primarily concerned with things like authoring tools and content management, we now face new demands for making programs more inclusive of learners and building a farther reach for the L&D department. This speaks to the need for new skills. Paving informal paths Helping learners find one another and information they need is a new critical role for L&D. Curation. Inclusion. Participation. Community management. Finally...it should have been part of our work all along to help the learners be better learners, to make learning (or at least finding learning opportunities) easier for them and more timely and useful for organizations. Want more? On curation, see Beth Kanter’s blog post “Content Curation 101”:

Ontwikkelingsfasen van een community, levels of trust en tools - Gisteren schreef ik over tools voor samenwerking en niveaus van vertrouwen . Ik kondigde aan een koppeling te zullen maken tussen de 5 stages van Gilly Salmon , de "levels of trust" van Dugage en bijbehorende communicatie tools. In onderstaande tabel heb ik deze koppeling proberen te maken. Ik heb ook nog gekeken naar Wengers’ stages of development of communities of practices . Ik heb overigens Salmon's fase van "development" veranderd in "development and sustainability": een community wordt duurzaam (ook al zal deze op een gegeven moment van karakter veranderen of ophouden te bestaan). Verder valt op dat de tools in fase 5 dezelfden zijn als in fase 4.

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Wenger, E. (2006). Communities of practice: A brief introduction. Retrieved from by christamccartney Oct 15

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