Informal learning as we experience it, or ‘situated’ learning, the term given by education theorists, is more significant than any formal lesson or training


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http://www.learningsolutionsmag.com/articles/1009/elearning-guild-research-how-important-is-informal-learning

A study of learning theorists brings up over the last hundred years, in chronological order : Dewey, Vygotsky and Piaget, with contemporary thinkers such as Engestrom, Gardner, Heron and Wenger. I listen to the following as well: Conole, Weller, Beetham, Pegler and Kukulska-Hume.

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