On Claims That Answer the Wrong Questions

@article{Greeno1997OnCT,
  title={On Claims That Answer the Wrong Questions},
  author={J. Greeno},
  journal={Educational Researcher},
  year={1997},
  volume={26},
  pages={17 - 5}
}
  • J. Greeno
  • Published 1997
  • Sociology
  • Educational Researcher
  • Anderson, Reder, and Simon (1996) contested four propositions that they incorrectly called “claims of situated learning.” This response argues that the important differences between situative and cognitive perspectives are not addressed by discussion of these imputed claims. Instead, there are significant differences in the framing assumptions of the two perspectives. I clarify these differences by inferring questions to which Anderson et al.'s discussion provided answers, by identifying… CONTINUE READING
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