Situating learning in communities of practice

  title={Situating learning in communities of practice},
  author={Jean Lave},
  booktitle={Perspectives on socially shared cognition},
  • J. Lave
  • Published in
    Perspectives on socially…
  • Political Science, Computer Science
What would happen if a different eye, culturally and historically sensitized by an excursion through forms of apprenticeship i n different parts of the world, e-rrc turned on specific contemporary cultural and historical features of learning pr,:, .;-<: . . L ~ : .. as these are situated i n communities of practice in tht United States? I < . l i h t ~ rh:jn turning to school-like activities for confirmation and guidance about tile llalur;. of learning, that gaze ~ ~ o u l d reverse the… Expand
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