CONTENTS

Activity Theory (1930s): Leont'ev, Davydov, Engeström Nate Schmolze 8/4/99
Community of Learners/Practice (late 1980s early 90's) Nate Schmolze 8/5/99
Cultural-Historical School Nate Schmolze 8/5/99
Connectionism (late 1950s): Rosenblatt, Rumelhart, McClelland, Clark Nate Schmolze 8/5/99
Critical Pedagogy (1960s) Nate Schmolze 8/5/99
Dialogism, narrative, and discourse (1920s): Bakhtin, Gee, Gumperz, Cazden, Bruner Nate Schmolze 8/5/99
Dynamic system approach (1980s): Fogel, Thelen, Lemke Nate Schmolze 8/5/99
Distributed cognition (early 1980s): Hutchins, Pea, Salomon Nate Schmolze 8/5/99
Ecological approach (1950s): Nate Schmolze 8/5/99
Existentialism and phenomenology (1910s) Nate Schmolze 8/5/99
Feminist approach (early 1980s?): Gilligan, Walkerdine, Nussbaum, Chodorow, Fox Keller Nate Schmolze 8/5/99
Gestalt psychology (1910s): Köhler, Lewin, Wertheimer Nate Schmolze 8/5/99
Humanistic Pedagogy (1960s) Nate Schmolze 8/5/99
Pedagogical Constructivism (1970s): Papert, Cobb, von Glaserfeld Nate Schmolze 8/5/99
Philosophical Dialectics (early XIX century): Hegel, Marx, Il'enkov Nate Schmolze 8/5/99
Poststructuralism/Postmodernism Nate Schmolze 8/5/99
Pragmatism (1890s): Nate Schmolze 8/5/99
Semiotics (1860s): Pierce, Lotman, Halliday Nate Schmolze 8/5/99
Social Constructionism (late 1980s): Gergen, Latour, Kuhn, Wittgenstein Nate Schmolze 8/5/99
Sociohistorical School (1980s) Nate Schmolze 8/5/99
XMCA archive: Rogoff, Valsiner, Wertsch, Saxe, Galperine, Serpell, Mehan, Ochs, Engeström, Halliday Nate Schmolze 1/3/00