Perspectives on Learning, Thinking, and Activity

@article{Anderson2000PerspectivesOL,
  title={Perspectives on Learning, Thinking, and Activity},
  author={J. Anderson and J. Greeno and L. Reder and H. Simon},
  journal={Educational Researcher},
  year={2000},
  volume={29},
  pages={11 - 13}
}
  • J. Anderson, J. Greeno, +1 author H. Simon
  • Published 2000
  • Psychology
  • Educational Researcher
  • We continue the discussion of cognitive and situative perspectives by identifying several important points on which we judge the perspectives to be in agreement: (a) Individual and social perspectives on activity are both fundamentally important in education; (b) Learning can be general, and abstractions can be efficacious, but they sometimes aren’t; (c) Situative and cognitive approaches can cast light on different aspects of the educational process, and both should be pursued vigorously; (d… CONTINUE READING
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