Social Media Push and Outreach September 8-9 2020

On Tuesday and Wednesday, September 8-9, Cultural Praxis is joining our US and Canadian colleagues in participating in the Scholar Strike for Racial Justice.  This is a mass action of higher education professionals protesting racist policing, state violence against communities of color, mass incarceration and other manifestations of racism.  Scholar Strike is meant to disrupt the everyday routines of academia, and to show solidarity with … Continue reading Social Media Push and Outreach September 8-9 2020

RECORDING – Re-generating CHAT online symposium. Learning from Learners: Power, Resistance and Learners’ Voices in an Era of Uncertainty

One outcome of the Re-generating CHAT project is an online invited symposium that was held as part of European Association of Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI) SIG conference on July 1-3, 2020, see https://earli.org/SIG10-21-25 The invited symposium is titled Learning from Learners: Power, Resistance and  Learners’ Voices in an Era of Uncertainty. (Scheduled on July 2, at 5 pm Central European Summer Time) Below is a recording … Continue reading RECORDING – Re-generating CHAT online symposium. Learning from Learners: Power, Resistance and Learners’ Voices in an Era of Uncertainty

Mike’s Coffee Chats #5: Formative Interventions – Examples

In the spring semester of 2020, Mike Cole participated in a course offered by Kris Gutiérrez at Berkeley billed as an introduction to cultural-historical activity theory (CHAT). The course was attended by roughly 50 scholars from various parts of the US and Europe. A special concern of the participants was to create a dialogue across generations to re-generate the critical foundations of CHAT. At the end … Continue reading Mike’s Coffee Chats #5: Formative Interventions – Examples

Mike’s Coffee Chats #4: Metaphors to think with: ropes, crevices, and trees

In the spring semester of 2020, Mike Cole participated in a course offered by Kris Gutiérrez at Berkeley billed as an introduction to cultural-historical activity theory (CHAT). The course was attended by roughly 50 scholars from various parts of the US and Europe. A special concern of the participants was to create a dialogue across generations to re-generate the critical foundations of CHAT. At the end … Continue reading Mike’s Coffee Chats #4: Metaphors to think with: ropes, crevices, and trees

Mike’s Coffee Chats #3: Learning & Development

In the spring semester of 2020, Mike Cole participated in a course offered by Kris Gutiérrez at Berkeley billed as an introduction to cultural-historical activity theory (CHAT). The course was attended by roughly 50 scholars from various parts of the US and Europe. A special concern of the participants was to create a dialogue across generations to re-generate the critical foundations of CHAT. At the end … Continue reading Mike’s Coffee Chats #3: Learning & Development

Mike’s Coffee Chats #2: Utopia & Utopian methodologies

In the spring semester of 2020, Mike Cole participated in a course offered by Kris Gutiérrez at Berkeley billed as an introduction to cultural-historical activity theory (CHAT). The course was attended by roughly 50 scholars from various parts of the US and Europe. A special concern of the participants was to create a dialogue across generations to re-generate the critical foundations of CHAT. At the end … Continue reading Mike’s Coffee Chats #2: Utopia & Utopian methodologies

Mike’s Coffee Chats #1: Critical Chat Concepts

In the spring semester of 2020, Mike Cole participated in a course offered by Kris Gutiérrez at Berkeley billed as an introduction to cultural-historical activity theory (CHAT). The course was attended by roughly 50 scholars from various parts of the US and Europe. A special concern of the participants was to create a dialogue across generations to re-generate the critical foundations of CHAT. At the end … Continue reading Mike’s Coffee Chats #1: Critical Chat Concepts