Tools: Activity Theory | Learning Theories

More today on tools to help you design a successful learning or training program with targeted results.  These theories are tools (this article, prior article and articles along the same topics published yesterday) to give you usable best use design of programs.   Management

Excerpt:  Engestrom’s model above is useful for understanding how a wide range factors work together to impact an activity. In order to reach an outcome it is necessary to produce certain objects (e.g. experiences, knowledge, and physical products) Human activity is mediated by artefacts (e.g. tools used, documents, recipes, etc.) Activity is also mediated by an organization or community. Also, the community may impose rules that affect activity. The subject works as part of the community to achieve the object. An activity normally also features a division of labour.

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