I am working on a course syllabus, and thinking about the separate but
related trajectories of situated cognition and socio-cultural theory. At
some point in the early nineties, lots of former cognitivists started to
sound a lot like socio-culturalists. So where do these two trajectories
intersect and where do they remain forever apart?
Someone may have written a really great review article or chapter that
compares these two theoretical perspectives. If you know of such a text,
could you let me know? I will so appreciate that.
Dr. Mary K. Bryson, Associate Professor and Graduate Coordinator, ECPS,
Faculty of Education, University of British Columbia
Online Hyperlinked CV: http://educ.ubc.ca/faculty/bryson/cv.html
Research Profile http://www.ecps.educ.ubc.ca/research/mbryson.htm
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