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Knowledge & Learning by Mind Map: Knowledge & Learning
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Knowledge & Learning

Explicit knowledge

Can be articulated in formal language and records and transmitted among individuals; Explicit knowledge is easy to articulate, communicate and store, its content is codified, it is located in “tools” like computers or artefacts, it can be communicated through information technology and other archives, and is “owned” solely by the organization.

empirical

semantic

systemic

logical

Types of knowledge

"Types & Qualities of Knowledge" - http://doc.utwente.nl/26717/1/types.pdf

Philosophical Types of Knowledge

Tacit knowledge

Personal knowledge embedded in individuals based on their experience and involving such intangible factors as personal belief, perspective and values. The tacit knowledge will form the invisible part of organisational knowledge including organisational culture, experience, feelings, confidence, relationships and in fact drives the organisation.

Factual Knowledge

From Anderson, Lorin and David Krathwohl, A Taxonomy For Learning, Teaching and Assessing. New York: Longman, 2001. Interpretation (Ad): of facts and definitions

Conceptual Knowledge

From Anderson, Lorin and David Krathwohl, A Taxonomy For Learning, Teaching and Assessing. New York: Longman, 2001.

Procedural Knowledge

From Anderson, Lorin and David Krathwohl, A Taxonomy For Learning, Teaching and Assessing. New York: Longman, 2001.

Meta‐Cognitive Knowledge

From Anderson, Lorin and David Krathwohl, A Taxonomy For Learning, Teaching and Assessing. New York: Longman, 2001.

How people learn

Formal

Informal

Both