What Is Task-Centered Learning?
TLRPTIL Volume 58, Number 5, ISSN 8756-3894
Many recent models of learning and instruction center learning on real-world tasks and problems to support knowledge application and transfer. Of the many different approaches to centering learning on real-world tasks and problems, one main area in recent literature attempts to balance the efficiency of adequate learner support with the effectiveness of centering learning on real-world tasks. Names for the various models in this area have included problem-centered instruction, cognitive apprenticeship, elaboration theory, and task-centered learning/instruction. As yet there has not been much comparison or combination of the prescriptions of these task-centered approaches to learning. Therefore we compare and combine several task-centered learning models to outline essential prescriptive elements of a task-centered learning approach.
Francom, G.M. & Gardner, J. (2014). What Is Task-Centered Learning?. TechTrends: Linking Research and Practice to Improve Learning, 58(5), 27-35.
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