Contextualisation of learning objects to derive meaning
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One's thinking becomes different when exposed to new and unfamiliar worlds. Certain common ideas become inexpressible, whereas other previously unimagined ones spring into life, finding miraculous new articulation. In some instances, that which cannot be adequately articulated in one context may in another, become fully comprehensible. It is at the juncture of prior and new understandings that the potential for creativity arises (Quinton, 2005).
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