ontology, epistemology, tools, and the different paradigm positions

ontology, epistemology, tools, and the different paradigm positions

1.How has your understanding of the articles developed since you first encountered them? For example, can you now understand some of the terminology which may have been strange to you at the time? (approx. 200 words)
2.What is the view of learning and learners taken by the authors of the articles? If you find it difficult to answer this question, explain why. For example, is it because the authors give insufficient detail; or their own position seems confused to you? (approx. 700 words)
3.What do you see as the key similarities and differences between the views of learning and learners taken in the two articles? Can you account for these in any way? (approx. 200 words)
4.In what paradigm positions would you put each of your chosen articles? Explain why you are making your decisions about this – what evidence do you find, explicitly or implicitly, in the articles? If you find this difficult, or are uncertain, explain why. Remember that many research studies are complex and multi-layered, so it is not surprising if a quick answer does not appear. (approx. 700 words)
5. At this stage of the module, do you find that you align your own practice (or, if you are not a practitioner, view of learners) with any one paradigm position? Give your reasons for your response. (approx. 200 words)

Use quotations from the module materials very sparingly and use your own words to show your knowledge and understanding. You are encouraged to use appropriate terminology (especially ontology, epistemology, tools, and the different paradigm positions) but always show your own understanding of these terms
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