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Where is Mediated Learning?

Posted By: Molly Freeman on February 25, 2014
 
I continue to be surprised that neither the lead article for the special issue nor this "Contextualizing" piece references the work of Reuven Feuerstein's work on Mediated Learning Experience.

Strategically for the "Rethinking" discussion is Feuerstein's definition of "cultural deprivation:" ... to be deprived on one's own culture rather than of the dominant culture. Cognitive skills for adapting to new situations derive from being able to place oneself in the context of time and space....key categories of culture. These skills are foundational for experiencing oneself as an actor rather than a passive observer of episodic events.

I highly recommend to all keyword searches on Mediated Learning Experience,
Reuven Feuerstein, Learning Potential Assessment Device.

M. Freeman, PhD
Berkeley, CA
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