Informal learning is something of a conundrum. Fairly obviously, we learn throughout our lives, in all kinds of different setting and contexts. Most of this learning does not come from formal educational programmes. According to the Institute for Research on Learning, at most, formal training only accounts for 20 percent of how people learn their jobs. Most workers learn their jobs from observing others, asking questions, trial and error, calling the help desk and other unscheduled, largely independentactivities (Cross, 2006). Yet there has been little attention paid to informal learning or to how it takes place
Después de tal aseveración, hago la misma pregunta que le hacía Jorge a Pischitelli ¿dónde queda la enseñanza?