Situated Learning

Situated learning is an educational theory that emphasizes the importance of learning within authentic contexts and real-life situations. It suggests that learning is most effective when it takes place in the same or similar settings where the knowledge and skills will be applied. Situated learning involves active participation, problem-solving, and social interaction, enabling learners to acquire knowledge and skills through observation, collaboration, and hands-on experiences. It promotes meaningful and contextualized learning, as individuals engage in tasks and activities that reflect real-world scenarios.

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