They chronicle a large-scale effort to increase attention to LGBTQ curriculum in teacher preparation at their university and offer affordances
and limitations of institutional structures.
How can a model of PCKg illustrate the ways in which EC educators offer affordances
for children's science learning?
Communication media, for example, do offer affordances
for both ideas and practice.
The metaphors characteristic of a culture offer affordances
making it easier to think in certain ways and thus allow for the emergence of a cultural worldview linked to the shared language.
Wiggins, Wiggins, & Conger, 1968) with the specific characteristics of the target (either real or imputed.) Thus physical attractiveness judgments are malleable as the target's action based impression management strategies either conforms or differs from culturally (and sub culturally) based ideal gender norms and as the target appears to offer affordances
to meet the judge's specific individual needs.
We would like our tools to be able to suggest what they are for (in the words of Norman , to offer affordances
), but we do not expect them to control what we do.
Remote communication technologies offer affordances
that are different from face-to-face settings such as the ability to communicate asynchronously.