I have been following this thread since July 11 and still need to pin
down how they can be differentiated.
Bremme's suggestion on Barab and Duffy could clarify CoP in learning
but is there a definitive line between situated learning and socio-
cultural learning? Should it be viewed as trajectory and separate
(Mary) or grey areas that intertwine within both thoughts?
On Jul 12, 2006, at 5:15 PM, Mary K. Bryson wrote:
" Situated cognition work can sound a lot like socio-cultural work
when both camps of theorists are writing about the conditions within
which significant educational activity takes place."
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