Theoretical framework that emphasizes how human cognition is contextual in nature. An individual’s interpretation of her context or environment determines, to a great extent, what kind of cognitive resources she deploys; consequently our cognitive achievements vary across one situation to another. School context is only one context among others. From the situated perspective it follows that the learning situational should resemble as much as possible the actual situation in which cultivated skills and competencies will be utilized.

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