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Interconnecting Networks of Practice for Professional Learning

The article explores the complementary connections between communities of practice and the ways in which individuals orchestrate their engagement with others to further their professional learning. It does so by reporting on part of  a research project conducted on teachers’ … Continue reading

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From Communities to Networks of Practice Through Intranet Use

Read Communities of practice are highly situated and, yet, networks of practice supposedly connect them. Assuming the situated dimension of work and identity in communities of practice, how may dispersed agents be connected, and how may the features of communities … Continue reading

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Network of practice – Wikipedia

Network of Practice is a concept originated by John Seely Brown and Paul Duguid often abbreviated as NoPs. This concept, related to the work on communities of practice by Jean Lave and Etienne Wenger, refers to the overall set of … Continue reading

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