Knowing and Learning in Everyday Contexts
Designed to look into the nature of knowing and learning in school and everyday settings and from a variety of perspectives. These perspectives include traditional information processing, Heideggerian cognitive science and artificial intelligence, anthropology, cognitive anthropology, sociology of scientific knowledge, ethnomethodology, and historical and philosophical approaches to the study of human knowing and learning. Reflects recent developments in the understanding of knowing and learning in real-world (non-laboratory) settings.
- Credit will be granted for only one of EDCI 579, ED-E 545.
Graduate course in the Curriculum and Instruction Studies program offered by the Faculty of Graduate Studies.