Online Learning Update

June 25, 2014

E-Learning Pedagogy: The Situative Perspective Part 3

Filed under: Online Learning News — Ray Schroeder @ 12:01 am

by Sean Hougan, Lambda

We’ve reviewed the associative and cognitive perspectives of e-learning pedagogy in the two previous posts of this series. In this final post, we’ll take a look at the situative perspective. This perspective sees learning as directly linked to real life situations, social participation, and interpersonal relationships—learning by making topics meaningful through social practice. Situative teaching methods involve imitation, modeling, and collaborative construction of knowledge. In an online environment, this depends heavily on social platforms.

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