|Paper details:||What gets your attention in a new experience? The frameworks of Morris Fiddler and Catherine Marienau using specific diagrams from their written work and explanations of the frameworks. Think about and reflect upon a prior learning experience, using the models provided from Fiddler and Marienau (see uploads).
We all come to new experiences with “preconceived notions.” Our past helps to form us. Sullivan & Rosen shed light on how this happens.
Identity— “the reflective and formative…ways in which persons are formed, through institutional and social engagement, as they participate in evolving traditions of knowing”
S&R contend that a person’s identity is a product of learning from interactions with their environments (family, school, church, community). This process is continual and sometimes doesn’t involve much thought. Often, it is based on tradition. Your identity is tied to those assumptions and traditional ways of thinking and learning. You identify with your early environment. That’s who you are. It is not until you branch out and explore that you are challenged in the way you’ve always thought. Then, you see other ways of doing things. You begin to question who you are and your place in the world.
Describe a previous experience when you learned something new.
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