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Medical Academic Education Unit School of Medicine. Activity System Analysis – a practical approach. John Sandars Senior Lecturer j.e.sandars@leeds.ac.uk. What is Activity System Analysis? How can it be used in e-learning research? How useful is this approach?. Activity Theory.
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Restorative Academic Education Unit School of Medicine Activity System Analysis – a down to earth approach John Sandars Senior Lecturer j.e.sandars@leeds.ac.uk

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What is Activity System Analysis? In what capacity would it be able to be utilized as a part of e-learning research? How helpful is this approach?

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Activity Theory Lev Vygotsky Activity is protest orientated Action intervened through ancient rarities

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ARTIFACT SUBJECT OBJECT

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Activity Theory Alexei Leontiev Action inside a more extensive socio-social setting

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Second Generation Activity System Yrjo Engestrom Dynamic balance All parts in adjust

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Artifacts Subject Object Outcome Rules Community Roles

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Activity System Analysis Daisy Mwanza http://iet.open.ac.uk/pp/d.mwanza/ Step 1 Construct Step 2 Analyse Step 3 Interpretation Sandars J An action hypothesis point of view Work Based Learning in Primary Care (2005) 3 (4): 191-201

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The eight stage model to break down hubs 1 Identify the movement of premium What kind of action am I intrigued by? 2 Object of movement Why is this action taking place?  3 Subjects in this action Who is included in doing this action? 4 Influence of curios on the action By what means are subjects doing this movement? 5 Rules interceding the action? Are there any social standards, tenets or directions overseeing the execution of this movement? 6 Roles interceding the action Who is in charge of what, when completing this action and how are the parts organised?  7 Community in which the movement is directed What is nature in which this action is done? 8 Outcome What is the fancied result from completing this movement ?

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Using Activity System Analysis Three contextual investigations - 2 Public wellbeing + 1 GP Online exchange sheets Semi-organized meetings on purposive specimen Content examination of remarks in talk sheets Sandars J, Langlois M On-line learning systems for general professionals: assessment of a pilot extend Education for Primary Care (2005) 16 (6): 688-696

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How valuable? Organized approach – pragmatic device Highlights significance of social informatics Identifies Socio-social/Organizational angles

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Practical practice Think of an action framework – an e-learning activity that functioned admirably … ..or not all that well! Create an action framework investigation What did you discover? What would you be able to learn by doing this?

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The eight stage model to break down hubs 1 Identify the action of intrigue What kind of action am I keen on? 2 Object of action Why is this action taking place?  3 Subjects in this movement Who is included in completing this action? 4 Influence of curios on the action By what means are subjects doing this action? 5 Rules interceding the action? Are there any social standards, guidelines or controls overseeing the execution of this movement? 6 Roles intervening the action Who is in charge of what, when doing this action and how are the parts organised?  7 Community in which the action is directed What is the earth in which this action is completed? 8 Outcome What is the coveted result from doing this movement ?

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