sábado, fevereiro 27, 2010


“…that information stored in explicit ways is only a small part of knowing, and that knowing involves primarily active participation in social communities, then the traditional format does not look so productive. What does look promising are inventive ways of engaging students in meaningful practices, of providing access to resources that enhance their participation, of opening their horizons so they can put themselves on learning trajectories they can identify with, and of involving them in actions, discussions, and reflections that make a difference to the communities that they value.”

WENGER, Etienne (2007). Communities of Practice. Learning, Meaning and Identity. USA: Cambridge University Press
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