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[Xmca-l] Re: Eduardo Vianna profile



Great that your work got this attention, Eduardo. I first saw it when a
colleague sent it out to our department!
mike

On Sun, Dec 21, 2014 at 11:16 AM, Eduardo Vianna <evianna@lagcc.cuny.edu>
wrote:

> Thank you for posting this, Lois. In case anyone is interested, the
> research project mentioned in the NY Times article is described in a
> chapter I wrote with Naja Hougaard and Anna Stetsenko published this year
> in the book edited by Andy Blunden on collaborative projects:
>
> Vianna, E., Hougaard, N. & Stetsenko,A. (2014). The Dialectics of
> Collective and Individual Transformation: Transformative Activist Research
> in a CollaborativeLearning Community Project. In A. Blunden (Ed.), Project
> collaboration: An interdisciplinary study. Boston, MA:Brill Academic
> Publishers.
>
> Eduardo
>
> Eduardo Vianna, Ph.D.
> Associate Professor
> Social Science Department
> LaGuardia Community College
> 31-10 Thomson Ave
> Long Island City, NY  11101
> (718)482-6043
> >>> Lois Holzman  12/21/14 1:25 PM >>>
> Today's NY Times has a feature on Eduardo Vianna, a Vygotskian colleague
> who teaches at LaGuardia Community College.
>
> http://www.nytimes.com/2014/12/21/nyregion/raising-ambitions-the-challenge-in-teaching-at-community-colleges.html?ref=nyregion
> Eduardo received the Cultural-Historical Research SIG Early Achievement
> Award in 2010 (I think that was the year).
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