Critical Characteristics of Situated Learning : Implications for the Instructional Design of Multimedia

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  title={Critical Characteristics of Situated Learning : Implications for the Instructional Design of Multimedia},
  author={Jan Herrington}
}
When situated learning was first described as an emerging model of instruction in 1989, its principal proponents believed that this was just the beginning the model would continue to evolve and develop with new research and theory. This paper will describe the current thinking on situated learning and the critical characteristics that distinguish it from other models of instruction. The use of situated learning as an approach to the design of learning environments has significant implications… CONTINUE READING

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