What do new views of knowledge & thinking have to say about research on teacher learning?

I’m finally getting/creating a smidgin of time to continue exploring what “distributed” views of knowledge and learning might say about understanding and helping teachers (of all ilks) learn more about what they do. The following is a summary of Putnam and Borko (2000) Which gives a straight forward overview of the “situated perspective” and how

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Unintended consequences of technology in education

   by  woodleywonderworks  My wife is currently studying engineering. One of her fellow engineering students is also studying some mathematics on the side. He shared the following tale of unintended consequences arising from technology in the education. In a particular mathematics course the students are set homework. The lecturer will then work through the solutions of

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