A systems theoretical concept that emphasizes two (or more) courses of evolution or development which are continuously in mutual interaction; an example from biology would be the interdependent evolution of predator and prey. In the context of human activity, coevolution implies reciprocal transformations of tools, practices, and participants. In order to truly enhance learning, Innovative knowledge communities have to coevolve with educational practices.

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