Socially Negotiated Learning (LONG)

Back on April 10th I posted a “one-page” overview of Socially-Negotiated Learning (with respect to video games in education). Last week I finished fleshing out a long version of this section. Like the Context-Embedded section, this one is quite a bit longer than it needs to be… and a bit too “quote heavy.” Also, I think it is even more loosely held together than the other sections. I expect the final version will be somewhere in between the coherent “one pager” and this longer version.

In any case I’ve previously posted the long versions of Motivation and Engagement, Context-Embedded Learning, and Inquiry-Driven Learning. Now, here is the long version of Socially-Negotiated Learning:

Socially Negotiated (LONG) – 94 KB Word Doc

References – 128 KB Word Doc

The context-embedded section I broke into “bite sized” chunks as a series of posts over the last two weeks. I’m not sure if I’ll take the time to do that with the Inquiry and Social Negotiation sections. I will either plow ahead with the reflection and metacognition section, or else go back and start rewriting (and shortening) some of these existing sections. In any case, I feel the need to stay focused.