Re: [xmca] Vygotsky on "defectology"

From: Joao Martins (jbmartin@sercomtel.com.br)
Date: Sun Dec 17 2006 - 05:58:00 PST


Katarina, do you can send this article for me?

Joao Martins
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From: "Katarina Rodina" <katarina.rodina@isp.uio.no>
To: <mcole@weber.ucsd.edu>; "eXtended Mind, Culture, Activity"
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Sent: Saturday, December 16, 2006 7:27 PM
Subject: Re: [xmca] Vygotsky on "defectology"

> Mike,thank you. I`m interested in methodology in the cultural-historical
> and activity approach to ontogeny and disontogeny, and their interaction
> from a theoretical point of view. Na etu temu u menja - statya (manuscript
> submitted for publication for publication in The European Journal of
> Special Needs Education, 2007)
>
> Title:
> "Vygotsky`s Social Constructionist View on Disability: A Methodology for
> Inclusive Education"
>
> Abstract:
> This article analyses Vygotsky`s social constructionist view on disability
> and its practical implementation in contemporary inclusive education. The
> article focuses on the main concepts in Vygotsky`s theory on
> dysontogenesis
> (presented as a social constructionist view on disability), constituting
> the cultural-historical psychological basis for the Russian model in the
> contemporary inclusive preschool education. In this article a short
> presentation of methodological basis of special education in Russia will
> be given. The aim with the article is to cover following questions: 1)
> What is the core of the social constructionist understanding of learning
> and development in
> dysontogenesis? 2) How can we achieve an appropriate understanding of
> handicaps as a socio-cultural developmental phenomenon in accordance with
> Vygotsky`s social constructionist views on disability? 3) How may
> Vygotsky`s theory on dysontogenesis be implemented in
> contemporary inclusive classrooms?
>
> If you find this article interesting, I can send you the full text version
> of the article.
>
> Best regards,
> Katarina
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> On Thu, December 14, 2006 18:46, Mike Cole wrote:
> > At the inspiration of Katrina, I have had the introduction and first
> chapter
> > of Vygotsky's work on defectology, vol 2 of collected works,
> > placed on the "papers for discussion" part of the xmca web page. The
> issues
> > Katrina raised are very important but it seemed that it
> > would be difficult to have proper discussion if many xmca members could
> not
> > get access.
> >
> > I had to refresh my page to see the articles. You may need to do the
> same.
> >
> > We are also hoping that Erlbaum will soon post the article for
> discussion
> > from MCA by Cobb and colleagues. They have been slow
> > to respond. But we will keep after them!
> > mike
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> Katarina A. Rodina
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> PhD-Research Fellow,
> Department of Special Needs Education
> University of Oslo
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> Phone: +47 22 85 81 38
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> E-mail: katarina.rodina@isp.uio.no
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> St.Petersburg, Russia
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