An Enactivist Approach
Chapter 7: Enactivist Learning World and Value
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Enactivist Learning World and Value
This chapter looks at enactivist learning worlds in relation to value, demonstrating how students develop values of professional practices in such learning worlds: to value the things professionals think of as important, interesting, and meaningful. Further, it describes powerful learning in such a world through students’ identity transformation. In addition to a discussion of the affective domain—a critical aspect of learning, focusing on emotions—this chapter also explores ethical issues, including questions related to privacy. Finally, the chapter concludes with a dialogue about important aspects of assessment.
Value and Identity
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