1. New learning is generated in the case study environment
2. Students and workers at the case study are involved in the generation of new knowledge
3. Students at the case study are likely to be involved in a positive way in the development of new products and ways of working
4. The process of developing new products or innovations in ways of working can be mapped to the theory of expansive learning
5. Evidence of new learning can be obtained through a case study approach and semi-structured interviews with actors in the case study (intravention) rather than through a CL (intervention)
This week I’ve been thinking about research propositions and questions, but I didn’t get as far as I would have liked. I have been inspired by a response from Professor Engeström, who took the time to read the proposal, visit this site and provide some really helpful comments and send links to useful contacts and some research papers. Everything he sent was useful and the questions posed will keep me going for a while.