An Enactivist Approach
Chapter 5: Enactivist Learning World and Culture
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This chapter explores the enactivist learning world through a culture lens. Contextualized in the emergence of a participatory culture, this chapter argues that such a new context requires a new way of thinking about learning and therefore presents new challenges. The case is made establishing the enactivist learning world as a necessary agent in meeting the challenges of allowing students to learn by doing the things that people do in real life, participating in authentic recreations of the way people in the real world learn to innovate. The chapter concludes with a delineation of the related concepts of collaborative learning and community building.
Culture and Participatory Culture
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