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ERIC Number: ED445201
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2000-Mar-13
Pages: 84
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Towards the Development of My Practitioner's Model about Learning for Knowing.
Perry, Sally-Anne
A practitioner's model of the processes of learning and knowing was developed through a review of global, societal, individual, and personal perspectives on learning. The first phase of the model's development consisted of using a method of exploration based on determining who, what, where, when, why, and how to investigate the following 10 concepts related to learning and acquisition of knowledge: andragogy; transformational learning; experiential learning; situated cognition; critical theory; knowledge for action; women's ways of knowing; multiple intelligence; emotional intelligence; and flow. The concept of triangulation was used to review what at least 3 authors had to say regarding each of the 10 concepts. The results of the review were synthesized into a verbal and visual representation of the learning for knowing process that was termed the Practitioner's Model about Learning for Knowing. The visual representation consists of seven figures illustrating the following concepts: the triangulation process; questioning within the triangulation process; questioning as a process of integration of external/internal variables; questioning/answering within the infinite learning process; questioning/learning as an infinite process using internal/external influences; questioning including all 10 concepts; and questioning/learning as an infinite lifelong variable process. (Contains 56 references.) (MN)
Publication Type: Dissertations/Theses - Masters Theses; Information Analyses; Opinion Papers
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Language: English
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