Activity theory and collaborative intervention in education : expanding learning in Japanese schools and communities / Katsuhiro Yamazumi.
- New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2021.
- Routledge research in education
1 online resource.
- Activity programs in education -- Japan.
Educational change -- Japan.
- Introduction: Activity theory and educational change in the age of world crisis
Part 1. Activity theory and a new form of educational research
Activity theory as a new framework for educational research
Collaborative intervention in expansive learning: Agency and hybridity as basic principles
Part 2. Children and teachers' agency in Japanese school contexts
Fostering children's expansive learning in a Japanese elementary school
Teachers as collaborative change agents in redesigning schools
Part 3. Hybrid learning activity transforming schools and communities in Japan
Hybrid educational innovation and expanding school activity: Beyond traditional school learning
Emerging knotworking agency in community based disaster prevention learning
Conclusions: From instructional control to collaborative intervention in education.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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