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Usable Knowledge: The 3 Stances towards Learning at Work

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Members practicingBased on the article written by David Perkins, Marga Biller and Michele Rigolizzo, Usable Knowledge from the Harvard Graduate School of Education, a website that links research and practice published an online summary.

Most of the skills we need to do our jobs — the ability to complete tasks, collaborate with colleagues, circumvent obstacles, and plan for future assignments — are skills we learn at work, not before. But when employees learn by doing, they don’t always recognize when and how the learning is happening — and likewise do not consider the best ways to optimize their learning as they carry out tasks.

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