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Vicarious Learning - a form of learning that occurs when learners see and/or hear content from a learning situation for which they are not the addressees and have no way of physically interacting with the source of the content they are attempting to master
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Vicarious Learning - a form of learning that occurs when learners see and/or hear content from a learning situation for which they are not the addressees and have no way of physically interacting with the source of the content they are attempting to master
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Also called learning by observing.
  
 
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Revision as of 05:51, 18 April 2007

Vicarious Learning - a form of learning that occurs when learners see and/or hear content from a learning situation for which they are not the addressees and have no way of physically interacting with the source of the content they are attempting to master.

Also called learning by observing.