Examining teacher education through cultural-historical activity theory

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Wilson, Viv;
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Cultural-historical activity theory (CHAT) is an approach that can be used to analyse human interactions and relationships within particular social contexts. CHAT provides researchers with both a methodological framework, and the practical tools with which to apply it. ... View more
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