A lecture that discusses the "developmental-interaction" perspective and practice that has become the hallmark of Bank Street. Erickson builds upon the relations of mutual influence among students, teachers, and learning environments, and taking account of the relations between local practice within the small-scale "here and now" interactional ecosystems of immediate learning environments and the workings of culture, language, and society across more distal connections in social space and time.
Erickson, F. (2000). Kids Make Sense... And They Vote: The Importance of Child Study in Learning to Teach Responsively. Occasional Paper Series, 2000 (4). Retrieved from https://educate.bankstreet.edu/occasional-paper-series/vol2000/iss4/1
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