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Chickering and G. ’’ in Flexible Learning in an Information Society (2006). Cornel ‘‘Corky’’ Reinhart is the former Director of the University Without Walls program at Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY (1996-2005) and an American social historian. Dr Reinhart founded Skidmore College’s University Without Walls’ online distance program for adult learners. Corky offered UWW’s first on-line course: America in the ‘‘sixties’’ and co-facilitated Skidmore College’s faculty workshop: ‘‘Putting Your Course On-Line’’.
It is through the social agencies that he recapitulates in a few short years the progress which it has taken the race slow centuries to work out’’ (Wirth, 1966, p. 83). For understanding learning, Dewey’s contribution is fundamental: it is through social interactions that the child, any learner, ‘‘recapitulates,’’ reinterprets his or her reality. In short, individual learning is mediated by social agency; an individual’s learning is socially constructed. Nor was Dewey finished yet. His relentless search for how learning occurred drove him further, to look closely at language: ‘‘since language tends to become the chief instrument of learning about many things,’’ he observes in his now classic Democracy and Education, ‘‘let us see how it works .
17-18). This last, breathtaking, insight opens the door for the semiotic work of Russian philosopher and psychologist (and a host of other disciplines) Lev Vygotsky (1896-1934). While neither Dewey nor Vygotsky lived long enough to reflect on digital teaching and learning, their ideas are foundational for contemporary thought concerning thinking and learning. Thought and Language, arguably Vygotsky’s most important work, appeared in Russian in 1934 (shortly after his death of tuberculosis), and in English in 1962.
100 Ways to disappear and live free by Barry Reid