Tiina @ IMKE

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Task 13: Bringing together your framework and Activity Theory

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To do: take a look at your initial framework developed for Task 5 and your interpretation of Activity Theory and compare them by looking for similarities and differences.

As looking at the initial framework done in the beginning of the course, in my opinion it that moment it has not much to do with Activity Theory. At this point it is just a framework done with the logic.

Later I found out that as underlying the activity theory there are two main ideas: the mind can be only understood in the context of the subject-object relationship, human mind has a social nature.

Although I mentioned in my task 5 that some environments and sources are used, it seams that I haven’t really focused on tools that are one part of how humans interact with the external world. But I think it is more because we are so used to the things around as and we do not pay any attention on what tools are used to complete some task.

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One thought on “Task 13: Bringing together your framework and Activity Theory

  1. Pingback: Finding connection points with activity theory and our own ideas « New Interactive Environments

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