Obstacles to Understanding Cognition As Situated

  title={Obstacles to Understanding Cognition As Situated},
  author={D. Kirshner and J. A. Whitson},
  journal={Educational Researcher},
  pages={22 - 28}
  • D. Kirshner, J. A. Whitson
  • Published 1998
  • Psychology
  • Educational Researcher
  • Greeno (1997) argued that these are misreadings of situative positions, occasioned by paradigmatic differences in presupposition and language: "In discussions of the situative and cognitive perspectives, proponents of the two sides tend to talk and write past each other because they address different questions" (pp. 5-6). Greeno is optimistic that "by identifying the presuppositions of the different questions, we can clarify substantive differences between the perspectives and thereby… CONTINUE READING
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