Learning to Learn

As a response to my post where I offered to ‘listen’, I’ve had several comments giving me topics, and so I thought I should respond.  One asked about meta-learning (learning to learn), in the particular situation of courses with a variety of expertise levels, and getting into issues of learner responsibility.  The author pointed to a presentation on learning to learn, that had a nice framework, and I thought I should elaborate.

The framework mentioned talked about three stages of expertise: apprentice, journeyman (using the traditional term, is there a move to ‘journey person’ or…?), and mastery.  Within these, you watch as an apprentice, practice as a journeyman, and share as a master.  Which isn’t a bad approximation of the whole ‘cognitive apprenticeship‘ approach.

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