Covers: theory of Contextual Learning
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  • How can one learning contextually?
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This is an article about "scaffolding" which is a technique in contextual learning. The most interesting part is "zone of proximal development" which talks about how we can make progress in learning by trying to do things we never have done before supported by a "scaffold" put in place by a more experienced person

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Kriti Khare
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RECIPE 0 - Structured Documentation of "know hows"

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Total time needed: ~2 hours
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This is RECIPE 0. A short list about recipes! Where it came from, what it means, and what it tries to achieve, the science behind it!
Potential Use Cases
learning how to learn!
Who is This For ?
BEGINNERall learners
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WRITEUP 1. RECIPEs, the art of documenting your learning process
  • What are Recipes?
10 minutes
WRITEUP 2. How do RECIPEs benefit you?
  • What can you hope to achieve with RECIPEs that you wouldn't otherwise?
5 minutes
WRITEUP 3. Is there science behind RECIPEs?
  • Is this a made up thing, or is it based on some science?
10 minutes
WRITEUP 4. Show me some examples of what I can do with RECIPEs
  • What are some of the interesting patterns people have used to create RECIPEs?
10 minutes
OTHER 5. Meta-cognition: learning about learning!
  • what is meta-cognition?
  • why does meta-cognition matter?
45 minutes
ARTICLE 6. Experiential Learning Theory
  • What is experiential learning?
  • What are the components of experiential learning?
5 minutes
ARTICLE 7. Zone of Proximal Development
  • How can one learning contextually?
5 minutes
WRITEUP 8. RECIPEs FAQ
  • What can I do with RECIPEs?
5 minutes

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