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Luísa Cannas Silva


Learning as a spatial act

Learning is always a social act. In the classroom, online, in a discussion, introspection or laboratory, the social component is always present, whether through peers, teachers or even through the learning content. The act of learning depends on the relationships created and is never independent of those involved in the process. It is not by chance that in the first universities students lived, learned and studied in communities (guilds, colleges and residences), since in the relationships established there are learning processes, whether of collaboration, imitation, challenge, or just by indirect exposure to new content.

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