Re: [xmca] IQ testing and school based evaluation

From: <ERIC.RAMBERG who-is-at>
Date: Wed Dec 12 2007 - 11:17:33 PST

I uderstand Mike. My use of Dr. Cole was a small token of respect for the
gratitude I have for your relentless pursuit of understanding in the field
of cultural historical activity theory. I understand the cultural
convention because in my teaching profession I have always insisted all
address me by my first name and usually the only time I get upset is when I
am called late for dinner : )

                      "Mike Cole"
                      <lchcmike@gmail. To: "eXtended Mind, Culture, Activity" <>
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                      Please respond
                      to mcole; Please
                      respond to
                      "eXtended Mind,

Eric. if you are Eric, I am mike.
Sort of a southern california cultural convention to use first names that
can be very
irritating in some situations, but important, I believe, not to haul out
credentials in
this discussion group because it only gets in the way of participation.
is a mutual
growth enterprise, not a status marking one.

On Dec 12, 2007 8:01 AM, <> wrote:

> Bruce, Kevin, et al.:
> A topic near and dear to my heart. The question of standardized tests
> providing measures of intelligence was found to be contextual by Scribner
> and Cole's "Psychology of Literacy" project and has continued to be shown
> to be a measure of cultural intelligence rather then individual
> intelligence by the years of those who write in the cross-cultural
> tradition (i.e. Cole, Traupman, Glick, McDermott, etc.). See for
> the first run Newsletter of the Institute for Comparative Human
> Development.
> Also, if people are so inclined I have never pushed this on the listserve
> but at this point I see no reason in not submitting my humble paper.
> Negative comments are more welcome then no comments and of course praise
> is
> most appreciated. Also, Dr. Cole I apologize if your theories are
> misrepresented.
> (See attached file: zzzzzzzzzzzzzz.doc)
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