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Re: [xmca] leading activity related question

Hmmm, Bill. I need to go back and re-read the papers to see if our use of
structure rather than system is anything more than loose talk. I will also
cc Jay to alert him to the question.

There are A LOT of entries at xmca under "leading activity." Here is an
example where making more systematic use of what has been gathered earlier
in systematic fashion would be useful. (working on it...).


On Sat, Feb 2, 2013 at 1:54 PM, Barowy, William <barowy@lesley.edu> wrote:

> Thanks for the paper, Mike.  You made the point that educators conflated
> zopeds with scaffolding back then in 1984 and I still see that happening
> today.
> But more importantly, you use the phrase "activity structures" rather than
> "activity systems" in the section on work activity.  I know how YE defines
> the latter an your use of "structures" indicates a difference, perhaps like
> how Lemke defined activity structures in his early work -- would you
> comment on your view of the contrast between structures and systems?
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