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[Xmca-l] Fwd: FW: Syllabus on sociocultural theories: grad seminar



Dear XMCAers–



Thanks a lot for your help with my grad seminar syllabus “Sociocultural
Theories in Education.” Attached please find my “final draft” of it –
actually, the final draft will be developed by my students and me *at the
end of the course *because we are going to change it via democratic
governance of the class. So, if you get new ideas to share, you won’t be
late.



Take care,



Eugene
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Eugene Matusov, PhD, ematusov@udel.edu

Editor-in-Chief, Dialogic Pedagogy Journal <http://dpj.pitt.edu/>

Professor of Education

School of Education

16 W Main st

University of Delaware

Newark, DE 19716, USA



Publications: http://ematusov.soe.udel.edu/vita/publications.htm

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*Ana Marjanovic-Shane*

Dialogic Pedagogy Journal editor (dpj.pitt.edu)

Associate Professor of Education

Chestnut Hill College

phone: 267-334-2905
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*Ana Marjanovic-Shane*
Dialogic Pedagogy Journal editor (dpj.pitt.edu)
Associate Professor of Education
Chestnut Hill College
phone: 267-334-2905

Attachment: Opening Syllabus for EDUC 855.16F, Sociocultural Theories in Education, grad seminar, 2016-08-15.docx
Description: MS-Word 2007 document