2. The authors, Brown and Gray http://www.johnseelybrown.com/intro_learningculture.html , state, “First, learning is fundamentally social and second, learning about is quite different than learning to be, which is a process of enculturation.”
Take these two ideas separately, what do they mean by “learning is social?”
Is a blog social? Is a classroom automatically “social”? Why or why not?
What is “learning to be?” Give me an example of a time when you were either teaching “others to be” or “being taught to be.”
Are you being “taught to be” in this activity? Why or why not?