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Instructional Strategies and Models Associated with Cognitive Apprenticeship

  title={Instructional Strategies and Models Associated with Cognitive Apprenticeship},
  author={Vanessa Paz Dennen and Kerry J. Burner},
Cognitive apprenticeship is a process by which learners learn from a more experienced person by way of cognitive and metacognitive skills and processes. This chapter explores the elements of cognitive apprenticeship , first offering definitions and a historical context, then moving into a review of research. The research review is organized with a three-part focus: on studies that investigate a holistic approaches to educational applications of the process of cognitive apprenticeship; on… 



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