A Commentary on Charles Goodwin’s Co-Operative Action for Learning Scientists

Danielle Teodora Keifert, Ananda Maria Marin University of California Los Angeles **Accepted book review manuscript published here prior to print publication. …building action by accumulatively incorporating resources provided by others creates a distinctive form of sociality: it is one of the ways in which we inhabit each other’s actions, including those of no longer present predecessors. (Goodwin, 2017, p. 31) The use of video in the Learning Sciences, as a tool for examining the detailed nature of learning processes, is widespread (Goldman, Pea, Barron, & Derry, 2014). This ubiquity makes Charles Goodwin’s analytical approach and theoretical concepts highly relevant. Learning scientists Read More …