A cultural historical activity theory [ CHAT ] analysis of technology integration : Case study of two teachers

@inproceedings{Koszalka2005ACH,
  title={A cultural historical activity theory [ CHAT ] analysis of technology integration : Case study of two teachers},
  author={Tiffany A. Koszalka and Chun-Ping Wu},
  year={2005}
}
Classic research methods are ineffective in capturing the dynamic relationships among users, technology, and outcomes for technology integration research. Cognitive research attempts to eliminate environmental variability and test for recall and transferability of knowledge representations. Such approaches lead to arguably ineffective measures of learning. Activity theory provides a holistic framework to investigate relationships among the elements present in a technology integration activity… CONTINUE READING

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