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

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 to be held as part of European Association of Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI) SIG conference on July 1-3, 2020. There is still room in the conference and there is no fee for participation. There is also other interesting program in the conference, see https://earli.org/SIG10-21-25 The invited symposium is titled Learning from Learners: Power, … Continue reading Re-generating CHAT online symposium: Learning from Learners: Power, Resistance and Learners’ Voices in an Era of Uncertainty