Skip to main content

Course

Learning and practice: Agency and identities

Learning and practice: Agency and identities

About this course

  • 8 hours study
  • Level 3: Advanced

Ratings

0 out of 5 stars

Sign up to get more

You can start learning at any time. By signing up and enrolling you can track your progress and earn a Statement of Participation upon completion, all for free.

View this

Sign up to get more
    • Please see the new version of this course on OpenLearn.


      This unit introduces you to a sociocultural approach to understanding and analysing learning in educational institutions, the home and the workplace.
  • This course is part of a collection

    This course is part of a collection

    This course is part of a collection of courses called Education. There are 4 courses in this collection so you may find other courses here that maybe of interest to you.

    See this collection

  • Course learning outcomes

    After studying this course, you should be able to:

    • understand more fully the view of learning as a social, not an individual, phenomenon
          develop some conceptual tools for analysing learning
    • understand more fully what supports learning and what creates barriers to learning and its assessment
    • understand some of the implications of this view for supporting learning in educational institutions and in the workplace.
  • Course dates:

    First Published 27/07/2017.

    Updated 21/09/2017

  • Course content

    Below is the course content. You can click on any section here and it will take you through to this section of the course.

Course content

Below is the course content. You can click on any section here and it will take you through to this section of the course.

    Course Reviews

    0 Ratings

    0 review for this

    This is rated 0

    We invite you to discuss this subject, but remember this is a public forum.

    Please be polite, and avoid your passions turning into contempt for others. We may delete posts that are rude or aggressive; or edit posts containing contact details or links to other websites.

    Course reviews

      About this course

      • 8 hours study
      • Level 3: Advanced

      Ratings

      0 out of 5 stars

      Sign up to get more

      You can start learning at any time. By signing up and enrolling you can track your progress and earn a Statement of Participation upon completion, all for free.

      View this

      Sign up to get more