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" ... and inevitable, and that - given a chance - we are quite good at it? And what if, in addition, we assumed that learning is, in its essence, a fundamentally social phenomenon, reflecting our own deeply social nature as human beings capable of knowing? "
Communities of Practice: Learning, Meaning, and Identity - Page 3
by Etienne Wenger - 1999 - 318 pages
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New Mathematics Education Research and Practice

Jürgen Maass, Wolfgang Schlöglmann - Education - 2006 - 315 pages
...seems to become common sense for many socio-constructivists to accept Wenger' s statement that 118 'learning is, in its essence, a fundamentally social...social nature as human beings capable of knowing' (Wenger, 1998, p. 3). This leads to the idea of 'learning as social participation' (Wenger, 1998, p....
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