An instructional design framework for authentic learning environments

@inproceedings{Herrington2000AnID,
  title={An instructional design framework for authentic learning environments},
  author={Jan Herrington and Ron Oliver Edith Cowan},
  year={2000}
}
The instructional technology community is in the midst of a philosophical shift from a behaviorist to a constructivist framework, a move that may begin to address the growing rift between formal school learning and real-life learning. One theory of learning that has the capacity to promote authentic learning is that of situated learning. The purpose of this three part study was firstly, to identify critical characteristics of a situated learning environment from the extensive literature base on… CONTINUE READING
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