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The transformation of learning : advances in cultural-historical activity theory

Author: B van Oers
Publisher: Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2008.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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An overview of some significant advances of the cultural-historical activity theory (CHAT).
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: B van Oers
ISBN: 9780521868921 0521868920
OCLC Number: 137325079
Description: xiv, 401 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Learning and learning theory from a cultural-historical point of view / Bert van Oers --
Tenets of activity theory --
Exploring Vygotsky's legacy : the meaning of mediation / René van der Veer --
Multiple readings of Vygotsky / René van der Veer --
Exploring the links between external and internal activity from a cultural-historical perspective / Igor M. Arievitch --
Reflections on points of departure in the development of sociocultural and activity theory / Harry Daniels --
Language in cultural-historical perspective / Peter E. Jones --
The formation experiment in the age of hypermedia and distance learning / Hartmut Giest --
Constructivism and meaning construction / Ronald Arendt --
Subject, subjectivity, and development in cultural-historical psychology / Fernando Luis González Rey --
Identity, diversity, and inclusion --
Identity, diversity, and inclusion / Wim Wardekker --
Identity shifts in informal learning trajectories / Anne Edwards and Lin Mackenzie --
No human being is illegal : counteridentities in a community of undocumented Mexican immigrants and children / Jocelyn Solis --
Cultural identity and emigration : a study of the construction of discourse about identity from historical-cultural psychology / Beatriz Macías Gómez Estern, Josué García Amián, and José Antonio Sánchez Medina --
Diversity in the construction of modes of collaboration in multiethnic classrooms : continuity and discontinuity of cultural scripts / Mariëtte de Haan and Ed Elbers --
"Discourse" in cultural-historical perspective : critical discourse analysis, CHAT, and the study of social change / Chik Collins --
Reason and dialogue in education / Rupert Wegerif --
Dynamics of activity and the variations of learning --
Learning in social settings : challenges for sociocultural and activity theory / Ed Elbers --
Children's learning through participation in institutional practice : a model from the perspective of cultural-historical psychology / Mariane Hedegaard --
Dialogue for reasoning : promoting exploratory talk and problem solving in the primary classroom / Sylvia Rojas-Drummond, Laura Gómez, and Maricela Vélez --
What kinds of tools and resources are made available to students through effective guidance in a student-scientist partnership program? / Jrène Rahm, Wendy Naughton, and John C. Moore --
Girls on the sidelines : "gendered" development in early childhood classrooms / Sonja de Groot Kim --
Inscripting predicates : dealing with meanings in play / Bert van Oers --
Pretend play and preschoolers / Ricardo Ottoni Vaz Japiassu.
Responsibility: edited by Bert van Oers [and others].
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