Re: [xmca] method of double stimulation

From: <ERIC.RAMBERG who-is-at>
Date: Fri Feb 29 2008 - 04:06:03 PST

            I would appreciate if Peter Smagorinsky could speak briefly
about his thoughts pertaining to the work he has been doing with high
school student's essays. I know that Peter does not use the term method of
double stimulation but in reading some of his work it appears it is very
similar in design. I.e. a semi-real world setting where the subjects are
expected to use their cultural environments for the purpose of self
reflection and understanding of the goal-orientated activity.


      To: "eXtended Mind, Culture, Activity" <>
      Subject: Re: [xmca] method of double stimulation
"Mike Cole" <>
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02/28/2008 03:28 PM PST
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Very helpful cite, Eric.
I am wondering. Is there anyone who has trouble understanding why this
method is fundamental or who does not understand how it applies to such odd
phrases as "learning to control oneself from the outside" or Iran kids
clutching plastic keys while walking through minefields??

On Thu, Feb 28, 2008 at 6:35 AM, <> wrote:

> For those interested, a very explanation with examples:
> because the address stretches over two lines people will need to copy and
> paste website address to access. If that doesn't work it is the first
> result when - Valsiner method of double stimulation - is used as the
> search entry on google.
> perhaps laughable, perhaps not
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