I would be interesetd as well.
Nathalie Muller Mirza
Nathalie Muller Mirza PhD
Institut de Psychologie
Faculté des Lettres et Sciences humaines
Université de Neuchâtel
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> De : Yrjö Engeström <email@example.com>
> Répondre ā : "eXtended Mind, Culture, Activity" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Date : Mon, 15 May 2006 21:32:03 +0300
> Ā : "eXtended Mind, Culture, Activity" <email@example.com>
> Objet : Re: CoP? Re: [xmca] A CHAT initiative on the doctorate?
> Dear Michael, I'd be very interested. Please send me the text if you
> Best regards,
> Wolff-Michael Roth kirjoittaa maanantaina, 15. toukokuuta 2006, kello
>> Hi all,
>> if anyone is interested in the question of CoP and CHAT, my colleague
>> and former grad student Yew Jin LEE and I have an article coming out
>> in a new review journal published by the European Association for
>> Research on Learning and Instruction. Those interested let me know and
>> I can make available (for personal use following copyright) the galley
>> version of this article re-theorizing CoP and C of Learners from a
>> dialectical perspective.
>> On 15-May-06, at 8:54 AM, Tony Whitson wrote:
>> Interesting idea, Don.
>> While we're at this, I'm wondering about Legitimate Peripheral
>> Participation (LPP) in Communities of Practice (CoP) as a related
>> framework (i.e., Lave, Wenger, et al.).
>> CoP theory seems more immediately obvious as a framework for design
>> for doctoral preparation; but CoP & CHAT seem compatable, overlapping,
>> etc. but not identical. Don, your suggestion could provide a concrete
>> focus for exploring the relationships between these frameworks.
>> On Mon, 15 May 2006, Cunningham, Donald James wrote:
>>> I have been interested in the Carnegie Initiative on the Doctorate
>>> (there is a recent article about it in the Educational Researcher -
>>> archer/3503/3592-03_Shulman_RN_C.pdf). It occurred to me that in our
>>> quest to identify good existing examples of zopeds, an alternative
>>> strategy might be to design one. Often it is easier to understand
>>> something you have created than something you are looking at from the
>>> outside. What would a doctoral program built along the principles of
>>> CHAT look like? For example, would there be "leading activities"
>>> "social situations of development" and/or
>>> "meaning-formation-activities". If so, what are some examples? Would
>>> using Engestrom's triangles assist us in designing or revising a
>>> doctoral program? In what way would the essence of a zoped be
>>> Maybe some of you already know of such programs and could tell us
>>> Anyone interested in exploring this?
>>> Don Cunningham
>>> Indiana University
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>> Tony Whitson
>> UD School of Education
>> NEWARK DE 19716
>> "those who fail to reread
>> are obliged to read the same story everywhere"
>> -- Roland Barthes, S/Z (1970)
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