An interview with Yrjö Engeström and Annalisa Sannino on activity theory

Authors

  • Joan Ploettner Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona & Universitat Internacional de Catalunya
  • Eva Tresserras Universitat Internacional de Catalunya

Abstract

The authors interviewed professors Yrjö Engeström and Annalisa Sannino of CRADLE, University of Helsinki, in spring 2016 about activity theory.

Keywords

cultural-historical activity theory (CHAT), expansive learning, Change Laboratory, double stimulation

References

Ploettner, J., & Tresserras, E. (2016). A An interview with Yrjö Engeström and Annalisa Sannino on activity theory. Bellaterra Journal of Teaching & Learning Language & Literature, 9(4), 87-98. DOI:

http://dx.doi.org/10.5565/rev/jtl3.709

Author Biographies

Joan Ploettner, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona & Universitat Internacional de Catalunya

Joan Ploettner is a lecturer at the Universitat Internacional de Catalunya, where she teaches basic research concepts through Content and Language Integrated Learning in the undergraduate health sciences programs and the Master in Nursing Science Program . She has participated in the design and coordination of these programs, aimed at preparing health science professionals to understand and carry out research within their field.  She is currently enrolled in the Masters in research the teaching of language and literature at the Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona.

Eva Tresserras, Universitat Internacional de Catalunya

Eva Tresserras is a PhD candidate in the Faculty of Education at Universitat de Barcelona and lecturer at the Universitat Internacional de Catalunya.

Published

31-12-2016

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