It seems logical that learning is a sort of interaction with the environment, especially if we are talking about informal and/or workplace learning. I tried to come up with some examples of affordances in workplace learning, but I don't have a lot:
- physical libraries with specific literature where people can study and read
- specific events such as workshops
- facilitated team meetings
Any other ideas? Let's think together which affordances we can design for workers to invite them to learn. How can we teach people to pay attention to these affordances? Add a comment below to join the discussion.
Cuyvers, K., Van den Bossche, P., & Donche, V. (2020). Self-Regulation of Professional Learning in the Workplace: a State of the Art and Future Perspectives. Vocations and Learning
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