How Epistemic Beliefs Influence E-Learning in Daily Work-Life (Report)
By Educational Technology & Society
- Release Date - Published: 2010-07-01
- Book Genre: Computers
- Author: Educational Technology & Society
How Epistemic Beliefs Influence E-Learning in Daily Work-Life (Report) Educational Technology & Society read online review & book description:
Introduction Epistemic beliefs are individuals' basic assumptions about the nature of knowledge and about appropriate ways to develop one's own and others' knowledge (Hofer & Pintrich, 2002; Schommer, 1990). Hence, employees' epistemic beliefs determine the practice of using e-learning opportunities in enterprises. Epistemic beliefs shape individual attributes which influence learning activities, workplaces shape the environmental influence. Latter ones differ in company size and hierarchical status of an individual. Independent from pedagogical considerations and intentions, which may have guided the arrangement of a workplace as a learning environment, employees perceive and interpret their environment by applying their individual beliefs. From a socio-constructivist perspective, one would describe this as a process of construing sense of the world (Billett, 2006; Rogoff, 2003), which is a challenge for implementing knowledge-based tools in general and e-learning opportunities in specific.
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