|aLearning for life in the 21st century :|bsociocultural perspectives on the future of education /|cedited by Gordon Wells and Guy Claxton.
|aOxford, UK ;|aMalden, MA :|bBlackwell Publishers,|c2002.
|aviii, 304 p. :|bill. ;|c26 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references (p. -296) and index.
|tEducation for the learning age : a sociocultural approach to learning to learn /|rGuy Claxton --|tBecoming the village : education across lives /|rJay L. Lemke --|tThe gift of confidence : a Vygotskian view of emotions /|rHolbrook Mahn and Vera John-Steiner --|tFrom activity to directivity : the question of involvement in education /|rPablo del Río and Amelia Álvarez --|tSociocultural perspectives on assessment /|rCaroline Gipps --|tTeaching, learning, and development : a post-Vygotskian perspective /|rAnna Stetsenko and Igor Arievitch --|tEmerging learning narratives : a perspective from early childhood education /|rMargaret Carr --|tSemiotic mediation and mental development in pluralistic societies : some implications for tomorrow's schooling /|rRuqaiya Hasan --|tLearning to argue and reason through discourse in educational settings /|rClotilde Pontecorvo and Laura Sterponi --|tDeveloping dialogues /|rNeil Mercer --|tSupporting students' learning of significant mathematical ideas /|rPaul Cobb and Kay McClain --|t A developmental teaching approach to schooling /|r Seth Chaiklin --|tStandards for pedagogy : research, theory and practice /|rStephanie Stoll Dalton and Roland G. Tharp --|tInquiry as an orientation for learning, teaching and teacher education /|rGordon Wells --|tCan a school community learn to master its own future? An activity-theoretical study of expansive learning among middle school teachers /|rYrjö Engeström, Ritva Engeström and Arja Suntio --|tCultural historical activity theory and the expansion of opportunities for learning after school /|rKatherine Brown and Michael Cole --|tBuilding a community of educators versus effecting conceptual change in individual students : multicultural education for pre-service teachers /|rEugene Matusov and Renée Hayes --|tOrganizing excursions into specialist discourse communities : a sociocultural account of university teaching /|rAndy Northedge.