Three reasons for learner agency and active contextualization: the unique and specific background of individual learners, the personal and interest-based appropriation of learning experiences, and the changing and less predictable nature of what is to be learned for students to fit into (professional) communities. (Bronkhost & Akkerman, 2016)


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