Culture plays a significant role in how individuals’ minds are shaped, contributing to an individual’s thinking, talking, and acting. The accumulated set of cultural values are picked up when individuals are younger, and this helps them to work, play and solve problems. These beliefs and ‘ways of knowing’ are picked up by previous generations, or further experienced social contacts (Wells and Claxton 2006).
|Media of output||Professional Website|
|Publisher||Stanford Graduate School of Education iLearn|
|Number of pages||1|
|Publication status||Published - 1 May 2022|