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22/09/2009

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Phil Greaney

Thanks for sharing this. Along with Sfard's metaphor's of acquisition and participation, it's a really useful way of thinking about connected learning.

As you might tell, I'm 'immersed in the discourse' of my 'socially-situated learning', at least as far as I can tell: I've just finished the H800 ECA and the MAODE. Your work has been useful there, too - cheers

Phil

Adam Cooper

Sheila MacNeill put me onto this post following a rant I had in which I said "a casual nod in the direction of Laurillard’s Conversational Framework is not sufficient to justify the claim that VLE’s are based on a sound theoretical approach".

Good stuff Martin!

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