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Learning, commognition and mathematics [Discursive learning as the primary source of all things human] by Anna Sfard
This looks to have been published in the SAGE Handbook of Learning.
Sfard outlines the history of behaviourism, acquisitionism and participationism in theories of learning. mais 881 palavras
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
How does the radical left build its understanding? Who are the theorists? Solvi Qorda makes the case for Vygotskian pedagogy as a way of understanding our problems and also of finding better cultures to replace them. mais 1.592 palavras
In my short time working with children, I’ve noticed that children have a greater capacity for understanding and enjoying science than is currently being explored. That is not to say that we should focus more on science by taking away from the other areas that are being taught in school, or make additional time for science. mais 941 palavras