More thoughts on context

This week I’ve been reviewing my research proposal after more helpful comments from colleagues here, and thinking more about the justification for using CHAT and expansive learning theory as the chosen theoretical underpinnings. The revised proposal is on the proposal page – please visit if you haven’t so far and…

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Why Cultural-Historical Activity Theory?

CHAT is a complex theory, deeply routed in the tradition of Vygostkian psychology, developed through a belief in the human construction of knowledge.  So why use something so complex to describe learning?  My answer would be because context is everything, and for me CHAT starts and ends with context.  The culture, the…

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