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Re: Fw: Re: [xmca] Double Stimulation?
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Oh, and you asked me to take a paper and critique it. I offered a
critiqueof Yrjo's article in MCA 19(3) (i.e. August 2012) here on xmca,
but there was absolutely no discussion on it. But I put it on my home
But this one is not one that uses the triangle. It uses the "germ cell"
method, to which I am well disposed. But I still had criticisms. I have
read "triangle" type papers, but only those written by others, none of
which I want to waste my time on. I haven't read the articles you
mention by YE himself.
mike cole wrote:
Here is what would help me, and I suspect others on XMCA. Take an
already published piece of work that uses the expanded triangle Yrjo
proposes in Learning by Expanding. Say, the work on cleaners in the
early work. Tell us about the mistaken conclusions that arise because
of misunderstandings that confusion of the triangle for "activity" (no
modifiers) causes. Suggest how we might improve our understanding. Or
tell us why that example works, but some other example (teachers in
schools, nurses and doctors in a hospital, etc.) does not.
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