Book review: Exploring thinking as communicating in CSCL
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Our work is bound to produce a patchwork of metaphors rather than a unified, homogenous theory of learning. (Sfard 1998, p. 12)
A first impression of her new book is that she has herself now come closer than one could have then imagined to a unified, homogenous theory of learning. It is a truly impressive accomplishment, all the more surprising in its systematic unity and comprehensive claims given her earlier discussion. Of course, Sfard does not claim to give the last word on...
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