Wednesday, March 28, 2007

Learning Dilemma

James Paul Gee makes an interesting observation in his book What Video Games Have to Teach us About Learning and Literacy (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2003):

Humans need overt information, but they have a hard time handling it. They also need immersion in actual contexts of practice, but they can find such contexts confusing without overt information and guidance.

  • Is content really king?

  • What needs to happen with today's training, regardless of modality, to ensure it is relevant and contextualized for our target audience?

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