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Weaving a Localized Context of use: What it Means for Instructional Design
 

   John Baaki

   Monica W. Tracey

 

Abstract:  The purpose of our manuscript is to probe what a localized context of use means for instructional design practice and of environments in which learning occurs. A localized context of use emphasizes specific moments of use where context is scaled back to what is needed in a situation or moment. We begin by looking at the evolution of context of de-sign. We review context in instructional design since Tessmer and Richey’s (1997) contextual approach to instruction. We then present our localized context of use through the actions of a learner and a designer, provide applications for practice, and implications for further research.

 

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