- Did a ton of research #knowledge #cognition #cognitiveapprenticeship #agentiveapprenticeship
- Came up with ideas as I bookmarked sources and took notes on those bookmarks
- I jotted quick outline
- I switched to just bookmarks
- I looked for Blunden searching for a Blunden article, I then searched for capital and found it. Might want to consider bookmarking by author as well.
- I got distracted by a YouTube video
- I shut down all my chats: Slack, Twitter, IRC, Telegram.
- I went back to my text editor to look at the my outline
- emailed XMCA listserv for chasing down explicit and implicit knowledge
- I got distracted by a response from twitter customer service. I hate email
I am carrying on my quest to rethink cognitive apprenticeships into agentive apprenticeships for my work around innovation systems:
Agentive apprenticeships defer more in centering the agency and choice in the learner in a network of shared interest where the space and tools teach much as any person.
You may recall I originally asked for ideas around knowledge brokering as it did not sit well with me. I decided to go with Knowledge Knitting as my metaphor. It is used frequently in the OER Community and amongst under represented scholars and if I can get the pictures out of my head and into words it will make sense.
But I am trying to chase down when the distinction between explicit and implicit knowledge began. It weaves through all apprenticeship research up through and including Gee's work on Affinity Spaces.
I am more trained in the cognitive narrative that dominates reading instruction today of declarative, procedural, and conditional knowledge.
Two questions:-When did the distinction between implicit and explicit knowledge begin?-Are you aware of works that describe knowing in both implicit and explicit and in declarative, procedural, and conditional knowledge.
- went to Slack to ask about knitting stuff at #oer conferences
- Got a little distracted in IndieWeb chat
- Went to twitter to ask about knitting
- Got a little distracted on Twitter
- be something there to draw upon
- ordered these three books through inter library loan: Dorothy Holland and Jean Lave, History in Person: Enduring Struggles, Contentious Practice, Intimate Identities (Santa Fe, NM: School of American Research Press, 2011).
Francesca Bray, Technology and Gender: Fabrics of Power in Late Imperial China. (Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 1997), 21.
Marie Griffith, God’s Daughters: Evangelical Women and the Power of Submission. (Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 2000)
- copy and pasted all the responses from the XMCA listserv to my website. Need to go back and close the blockqoutes. Known WYSWIG like most make a muck of HTML, especailly when copy pasting
- Copy and pasted all the tweets about knowledge knitting
- took a lunch break and had to get kids off to camp
- open up my outline and try to spend some time drafting.
Friday June 19 10:30am
- lost original outline and notes in text editot
- returned to Collins, Browns , and Duguid for quick refresh
- took notes comparing the two.
Fridat June 12:00 pm
- went back to technical reports. examined the prompts used to improve student writing. Really we were modeling internal dialogue? What does this mean for machine readable stuff?
- Much of the focus on strategy use, the individual, and not the space that is a key difference.
- Notes at time