Informal Learning


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Informal Learning by Mind Map: Informal Learning

1. Social interations

1.1. The Importance of Peer Interaction and Social Pretend Play | ECLKC

1.2. Importance piece of learning throughout every dimension of informal learning

2. Virtual

2.1. Instagram

2.1.1. Tailored to individual needs/wants

2.1.2. Helps to find the where in the knowledge as well as the why (Thomas and Seeley Brown)

2.1.3. Multiple ways of use; personal, professional, play

2.2. Patton, R., & Knochel, A.

2.2.1. Strengthen connections between art and maker spaces (personal desires)

2.2.2. STEAM

2.2.3. Stuff/ Making/ Sharing

2.2.4. DIY

2.3. Peppler, K. A., & Kafai, Y. B.

2.3.1. Convergence culture

2.3.2. Media Education/literacy

3. School

3.1. Cafeteria

3.1.1. Less use of technology

3.1.2. Social skills New foods, spread wings to try new things

3.2. Harrop&Turpin_2013

3.2.1. Learning Theory

3.2.2. Placemaking

3.2.3. Architecture

3.3. Sackey, Nguyen, & Grabill_2015

3.3.1. Characteristics of informal learning environments

3.3.2. Online learning spaces

3.3.3. Effective learning spaces

4. Place

4.1. Up Yonda Farm

4.1.1. Hands on activities

4.1.2. Choice driven/ personal interests at the forefront.

4.1.3. Environment based learning

4.2. Carpenter

4.2.1. Physical Attributes

4.3. Jameison

4.3.1. Informal Learning means learning that does not directly involve a teacher

4.3.2. Learning involves social interactions

4.3.3. Learning Communities

4.3.4. Relationship of space to learning

5. Personal

5.1. Art Education at the forefront of my ideas and wants.

5.2. Allowing kids the freedom and creative expression to bring inside their artwork.

5.3. Play/ Making are important aspects of my curriculum