Learning and Socio-cultural Theory: Exploring Modern Vygotskian Perspectives International Workshop 2007
Learning and socio-cultural theory: exploring modern Vygotskian perspectives
The papers presented at this website are from the international workshop held from between 19-21 February 2007 at the University of Wollongong, Australia. This workshop was a joint initiative of the Learning and the Learner (LNL) research group, in the Faculty of Education, University of Wollongong and The International Society for Cultural and Activity Research (ISCAR). All papers have been subject to a double blind peer review process. The editors wish to thank the reviewers of the papers: H. Daniels, P. Jones, C. Wormald, H. Hasan, S. Hyde, L. Newman, P. Kell, R. Dixon, I. Verenikina, I. Robertson, A. Kazlauskas, H. Bound, J. Robbins, M. Fleer and M. Kell.
Irina Verenikina, Peter Kell and Gillian Vogl (editors), Learning and socio-cultural theory: exploring modern Vygotskian perspectives, Workshop Proceedings, University of Wollongong, 2007, 208p. ISBN 978-1-74128-138-5 (e-version).
Current Issue: Volume 1, Issue 1 (2007) Learning and Socio-Cultural Theory: Exploring Modern Vygotskian Perspectives
The Development of Expertise Within a Community of Practice of Scrabble Players
E. Okulicz, W. Vialle, and I. Verenikina
Learning What Is Not Yet There: Knowledge Mobilization in a Communal Activity
A. Kazlauskas and K. Crawford
Intercultural Internet Chat and Language Learning: A Socio-cultural Theory Perspective
S. E. Pasfield-Neofitou
University Student Learning in Everyday Life Activity: Place, Time, and Media
H. Takahashi and Y. Komatsu