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Re: thread posted RE: [xmca] Learning Sciences / Science of Education

tony-- Editorial in MCA seems a good place to post your ideas too.

On Sun, Sep 20, 2009 at 5:25 PM, Tony Whitson <twhitson@udel.edu> wrote:

> Today somebody did a web search for
> Lave's paper "Situating learning in communities of practice" and landed at
> my "postcog" post at
> http://curricublog.wordpress.com/2007/01/28/postcog-curriculum/
> In that post, I refer to Lave's article, but I don't have it linked for
> copyright reasons.
> I do have her paper linked now from
> https://tw-curricuwiki.wikispaces.com/xmcaLearningSciences#Tony09151929
> This is on a page that's just for xmca folks.
> Earlier I said I have too much I want to say on topics in this thread to do
> it in email, so I'd be doing it on a web page just for this group. I'm still
> working on that, but I'm doing a lot more than originally planned, and I
> don't know when I'll have it done.
> Meanwhile, it seemed that it would be helpful to have the entire thread all
> in one convenient web page. That's what I have now at the address above with
> the link to Lave's article. I was intending not to post anything about this
> page until my response page was also ready; but since somebody was looking
> for the Lave paper, I thought I'd go ahead and share it now.
> Meanwhile, here's a question about another source: In relation to the
> question about formation vs. production, I'm thinking that a relevant piece
> would be a paper by Lave & McDermott on Estranged |labour| Learning, which
> is at
> http://www.outlines.dk/contents/Outlines021/Outlines-2002-1-p19-48.pdf
> It's also now a chapter in Critical Perspectives on Activity: Explorations
> Across Education, Work, and Everyday Life (Cambridge University Press).
> Does anybody have a scanned copy of this? I'm pretty sure I own a copy of
> the book, but I can't find it now.
> Tony Whitson
> UD School of Education
> NEWARK  DE  19716
> twhitson@udel.edu
> _______________________________
> "those who fail to reread
>  are obliged to read the same story everywhere"
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