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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

Personal

Procedural

Propositional

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.

Experience, Main methods for the acquisition and accumulation

Know-how; vis-a-vis know-why and know-what, Potential of aggregation and modes of appropriation - involvement

Judgement; not easy to be written down, not codifiable and mechanism of transferring knowledge

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

Terminology

Specific Details and Elements

Conceptual Knowledge

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

Classifications and Categories

Principles and Generalizations

Theories, Models, and Structures

Procedural Knowledge

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

Subject‐specific Skills and Algorithms

Subject‐specific Techniques and Methods

Criteria for Determining When to Use Appropriate Procedures

Meta‐Cognitive Knowledge

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

Strategic Knowledge

Knowledge about Cognitive Tasks

Self‐Knowledge

How people learn

Formal

Classroom-Based, Lectures, Presentation, Assessment, Q&A, Assignment

Informal

Philosophy-Based Learning Theory, Rationalism, Truth & Knowledge is found within ourselves, Empiricism, Truth & Knowledge found outside of ourselves using our senses

Gaming, Simulations, Role Play

Reading, online learning, Text/Research Books

Both

Doing, Experiential (Hands-On), Trial & Error, experimentation, Research, OJT, Apprenticeship

E-Learning, Scenario simulation, cyber survey, e-Quiz, Videos, Computer Aided Instruction

Collaborative Learning, PBL, Action Learning, Role-Play, Faciliative Learning, Research & Presentation, Reflection, Sharing, Story Telling

Observing, Bandura Social Learning theory, Modeling