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

Vygotsky in Vietnam: An Interview with Định Lê Thiên, The “Old Vư-gốt-xki-an”

By Helena Worthen, helenaworthen@gmail.com In this e-mail interview, Helena Worthen engages in a conversation with the “Old Vygotskian,” Định Lê Thiên, founder of Gia Môn Sen Sáng Learning Center in Phan Rang, Vietnam. Some Historical and Cultural Background In the interview that follows, Định Lê Thiên describes the Gia Môn Sen Sáng Centre in Phan Rang, Vietnam. Foreign readers will ask, “If this is an alternative after-school program, what … Continue reading Vygotsky in Vietnam: An Interview with Định Lê Thiên, The “Old Vư-gốt-xki-an”

Enseñanza Universitaria Durante el COVID-19: 10 Principios Pedagógicos

By David Preiss. daviddpreiss@gmail.com 1. No estoy enseñando solamente. Estoy acompañando a mis estudiantes durante una pandemia. Ni mis estudiantes ni yo esperábamos que Íbamos a tener un semestre sin actividades presenciales. Nuestras clases online son también momentos de intercambio humano, no sólo de aprendizaje. 2. Este no es el momento para dudar de la honestidad de mis estudiantes. Transmitiré que confío en su capacidad … Continue reading Enseñanza Universitaria Durante el COVID-19: 10 Principios Pedagógicos