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Slide 1 - Situated Learning
- The Ins and Outs of Learning by Doing
- By Jason Barr
Slide 2 - Today you will…
- determine what key components are integral to the situated learning theory
- apply the situated learning theory by providing an example of how it can be used in the music field.
- construct examples of how it can be applied in your own field
Slide 3 - What is situated learning?
- Learning by doing and making connections with people…being an apprentice
- First introduced by anthropologist Jean Lave and educational theorist Etienne Wenger in the early 1990’s.
- Theorists Dewey, Vygotsky, and Montessori’s work inspired this theory
Slide 4 - Five Foundational Points
- Takes place in the context in which it is applied
- Knowledge needs to be presented in an authentic context
Slide 5 - Five Foundational Points
- Emphasizes the application of knowledge
- Requires social interaction and collaboration
- Unintentional rather than deliberate
Slide 6 - Community of Practice
- According to co-author Etienne Wenger, there are 3 key elements involved in a community of practice:
- The domain
- The community
- The practice
Slide 7 - Xerox as a Community of Practice
- The domain-Xerox Corporation
- The community-Service representatives
- The practice-Besides providing the various employees with helpful insights to use in their individual days work, their interactions produced a resource (Eureka) that had a major effect on their practice.
Slide 8 - Legitimate Peripheral Participation
Slide 9 - Situated Learning in Music
- What is jazz music?
- Well-known jazz musicians
- Jazz as popular music
Slide 10 - Situated Learning in Music
Slide 12 - Situated Learning in Music
- Jazz studies in colleges
- Teaching jazz has changed
- Jazz related to situated learning
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