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Extra Credit Opportunity: Piaget vs. Vygotsky

Another cognitive psychologist who was interested with how children learn was Lev Vygotsky, who focused on sociocultural cognitive development. Inexplicably he’s not really featured much in your textbook; he will, probably, be featured on the AP Psych exam. mais 107 palavras

Notes And Homework

STEM In The Classroom

ISTE  Standard 2: Design and Develop Digital-Age Learning Experiences and Assessments

Question: What technological resources and digital tools can I access within my 3rd grade classroom that promotes student learning in regards to STEM education? mais 976 palavras

Instruction

[Ref] "the butterflies of Zagorsk": an analysis of principles of characteristic defectology Vygotskyan

ABSTRACT : The article in question seeks to reflect on the documentary entitled “Zagorski Butterflies” prepared by the BBC in 1992. The subject of this  documentary  are  disabled  children,  more  precisely  deafblind.  mais 131 palavras

Educational Principles

Chapters 1-3

Chapter 1-Introduction

Bransford, J. Darling-Hammond, L. , and LePage, (2005). Introduction. In L. Darling,

Hammond and J.Bransford (Eds.), Preparing teachers for a changing wold: What teachers… mais 3.607 palavras

Your Zone of Proximal Development

Your edge.

The place you can step into.

Grow into.

Your zone of possibility.

Your zone of proximal development is the space just outside your current capacity that you can reach if you have the right support. mais 691 palavras

EDU 6171 Reflection: Reflecting on Teaching

2.3 Reflecting on Teaching. Reflection on our teaching practice is an integral skill for successful professional development. To me, reflecting on teaching involves an awareness of student understanding through observation and assessment, coupled with an objective ability to critique the strengths and weaknesses of a lesson. mais 542 palavras

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