yes, and here is Denmark, Volker.I "teach Vygotsky" at the University College Nordjylland, where I meet students, teachers, educators, people in the psychiatric system.
As more a NGO activity, I am active in "Performing Network", where we play, perform a "head taller tahn we are", that is where we mix Vygotsky with Wittgenstein, and inspirations especially from New York (Lois), Sweden (Leif), Serbia (Vesna), Macedonia (Lina), and last not least Moscow (Kravtsova/Kravtsov and the Golden key Schools)..
And in a new book: /Pædagogisk Psykology (/Pedagocical Psychology), 2009, I wrote an article about Vygotsky:/ a cultural-historical view on motivation, identity and learning.
Volker /Leif Strandberg skrev:
Hi - Sweden's calling2006 I wrote "Vygotskij i praktiken" (Vygotsky in Practice) - a text- and field book - especially made for teachers, pre-school teachers and rectors/principles (and also but in minor degree - trainee teachers) I give lectures, seminars, workshops etcetera together with teachers at their workplaces (it means I travel a lot) - many teacher teams also read my book in study circles Up til now I have met about 100.000 people in such arrangements all over Sweden (and Norway).Leif Strandberg school psychologist Sweden 30 maj 2009 kl. 20.52 skrev Shirley Franklin:I think it would be great to include a copy of the syllabii.I am finding this all so interesting, tho challenging to collate! I love hearing about so many different courses run all ver the world. Very heartening!I wills send out my collation when its done. Best Shirley On 29 May 2009, at 17:43, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:Dear Shirley: I teach a course/seminar on Vygotsky and education every two years or so. I started teaching it 20 years ago, when I first arrived at the University of Arizona.This fall I will add a section to the course in Spanish; the students who want to participate will do additional readings in Spanish, for which there is an abundant literature, and our discussions of the readings will also be in Spanish, switching to English as needed. Time permitting, I will combine the Spanish section with videoconferencing with some students in Puerto Rico andMexico. I have also had informal gatherings, or "tertulias" as we say in Spanish, aboutVygotsky in Spanish, where students can read and discuss not only Spanishtranslations of Vygotsky and other colleagues' writings, but articles by Latino and Spanish authors (e.g., Riviere, del Río & Alvarez, Baquero, Arias, GonzálezRey, Rodríguez, Corral, among others) whose work do not usually appear inEnglish.To those colleagues who have responded to your initial query: would it behelpful to also include a copy of the syllabi used in our courses? Saludos, Luis Luis C. Moll, Ph.D. Professor Department of Language, Reading & Culture College of Education University of Arizona Tucson, AZ 85721 (520)621-1311 Quoting Shirley Franklin <email@example.com>:We are doing some research into courses which teach about Vygotsky. Would really welcome feedback in terms of course name and level, and place. Thanks so much for your co-operation Shirley _______________________________________________ xmca mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org http://dss.ucsd.edu/mailman/listinfo/xmca_______________________________________________ xmca mailing list email@example.com http://dss.ucsd.edu/mailman/listinfo/xmca_______________________________________________ xmca mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org http://dss.ucsd.edu/mailman/listinfo/xmca ------------------------------------------------------------------------ No virus found in this incoming message.Checked by AVG - www.avg.com Version: 8.5.339 / Virus Database: 270.12.50/2150 - Release Date: 06/02/09 06:47:00
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