Unpacking the Learning Ecosystems Framework: Lessons from the Adaptive Management of Biological Ecosystems

Marijke Hecht & Kevin Crowley

Is the learning ecosystem framework doing all it can for learning sciences? Marijke Hecht and Kevin Crowley of the University of Pittsburgh School of Education theorize improvements based on ideas from the adaptive management of biological ecosystems.

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