Round Table #04

Modeling lived activities: using activity systems for civic engagement, critical social analysis and expansive design
01 Nov, 2019

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Modeling lived activities: using activity systems for civic engagement, critical social analysis and expansive design

⭐️ Charles Chikunda (Rhodes University - South Africa)

Dr Chikunda is a senior researcher, his work focuses on stakeholder engagement, professional & capacity development and training to support resilience building. Dr Chikunda holds a PhD in Education with focus on Science Education and Education for Sustainable Development. He has over fifteen years’ experience in higher education focusing on these fields. With his sound background in social learning. He is also involved in merging conceptual frameworks for resilience learning and interacting with and engage various stakeholders at different levels.

⭐️Yrjo Engeström (University of Helsinki - Finland)

Yrjö Engeström is a Professor of Adult Education and Director of the Center for Research on Activity, Development and Learning (CRADLE) at University of Helsinki. He applies cultural-historical activity theory as a framework in studies of transformations and learning processes in work activities and organizations. He is known for the theory of expansive learning and for the interventionist methodology of developmental work research.

⭐️Fernanda Liberali (PUC-SP - Brazil)

Fernanda is a teacher educator, researcher and professor at the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo, in the Department of English, in the Program of Postgraduate Studies in Applied Linguistics and Language Studies and in the Post Graduate Program in Education: Education of Educators. She holds a degree in Languages from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, a masters and a doctorate degree in Applied Linguistics and Language Studies from the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo, and two postdoctoral degrees from the University of Helsinki and from the Berlin Freie Universität.

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