Thanks for the shout out Steve (I don't know, people have been using that phrase on other lists).
If anybody has any questions or concerns I would be happy to enter into a dialogue.
From: Steve Gabosch [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Sun 10/3/2004 10:06 PM
Subject: new issue of ER: Michael Glassman/Ye Wang's response to Gredler/Shields
The new Educational Researcher has a response by Michael Glassman and Ye
Wang to the Gredler/Shields article we discussed a few months ago "Does No
One Read Vygotsky's Words." One of the key themes in their 3-page piece in
sorting out how their view of Vygotsky differs from G/S draws on something
that Barab et al also touched on: the Dewey/Bentley distinction of three
kinds of action: self-action, interaction, and transaction. G/W suggest
that G/S take an approach to LSV that is based on self-action, but the
writings of Michael Glassman emphasize a much more interactionist and
Check it out.
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