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Instructional Design for Situated Learning ARTICLE

Educational Technology Research and Development Volume 41, Number 1, ISSN 1042-1629


Discusses the design of situated learning and the ecological psychology of situated cognition. Topics addressed include the teacher's role; teacher training; anchored instruction; transfer skills; the meaning of learning; apprenticeships; and the Jasper Series, a macrocontext designed to investigate the issues of situated learning. (46 references) (LRW)


Young, M.F. (1993). Instructional Design for Situated Learning. Educational Technology Research and Development, 41(1), 43-58. Retrieved November 15, 2018 from .

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