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5.3 EDUCATIONAL SCIENCES
The dominant approach to the study of learning throughout most of the twentieth century was to view learning as cognitive only, as if it were a process contained in the mind of the learner, decontextualised from the lived-in world
Murphy, A. (2003) Situated learning, distributed cognition: do academics really need to know?. Level 3, Issue 1, November.