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Edev_502 response wk8_2

Your post was excellent, as always. The general sense I got from the post and in Rita’s response was that social learning was a done deal; rather in the ‘hey we know this is how things work, let’s get with … Continue reading

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Edev_502 response wk1_11

Thanks for your interesting post. I’m pleased to be working with you again in this module. And thanks for the Freeman et al. article. It’s a wonderful meta-analysis that offers a great deal of empirical support into the value of … Continue reading

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Edev_502 wk1_1

The second module has started with a discussion on “the value of learning theory”. I doubt that the choice of phrase was deliberate as the tutor┬áreminded us during the week to focus more on the benefits that theories of learning … Continue reading

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