Learning across contexts

Learner-led and boundary free: learning across contexts

The contributing authors 1King, H. Kersh, N. Potter, J. & Pitts, S. (2015) ‘Learner-led and boundary free: Learning across contexts’ in Hohenstein, J. & King, H. (Eds) Learning Beyond the Classroom. British Journal of Educational Psychology. Monograph Series: Psychological aspects of education, June, 2015, no. 11, pp. 39-50. seek to extend our thinking about the nature of learning across settings. All emphasise the role played by the individual in shaping learning and consider the importance of agency in sustaining motivation for learning beyond structured settings (King et al., 2015).

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1. King, H. Kersh, N. Potter, J. & Pitts, S. (2015) ‘Learner-led and boundary free: Learning across contexts’ in Hohenstein, J. & King, H. (Eds) Learning Beyond the Classroom. British Journal of Educational Psychology. Monograph Series: Psychological aspects of education, June, 2015, no. 11, pp. 39-50.