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Eugene Matusov, Instytut Pedagogiki. Uniwersytet Delaware

Profesor School of Education Uniwersytetu Delaware. Główne obszary zainteresowań: socjokulturowe podejście do uczenia się, pedagogika dialogiczna, kulturowa różnorodność w edukacji, nieformalne uczenie się, korzystanie z interaktywnych stron internetowych w rozwijaniu akademickiej społeczności uczących się. Jest autorem licznych opracowań naukowych: między innymi: (z K. von Duyke, 2010) Bakhtin’s notion of the Internally Persuasive Discourse in education: Internal to what? W: K. Junefelt & P. Nordin (red.), Proceedings from the Second International Interdisciplinary Conference on perspectives and limits of dialogism in Mikhail Bakhtin Stockholm University, Sweden June 3–5, 2009. (z M. Smith, M. Candela, K. Lilu, 2007). “Culture has no internal territory”: Culture as dialogue w: J. Valsiner & A. Rosa (red.), The Cambridge Handbook of Socio-Cultural Psychology, Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. W 2009 r. ukazała się jego monografia: Journey into dialogic pedagogy (Hauppauge, NY : Nova Publishers).
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Matusov, E. (1). Zastosowanie teorii dyskursu Bachtina w edukacji : przegląd krytyczny. Forum Oświatowe, 24(1(46), 75-106. Pobrano z https://forumoswiatowe.pl/index.php/czasopismo/article/view/115

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