A Vision of Vygotsky

A Vision of Vygotsky

This book will introduce students to Vygotskian theories of teaching, learning, and development and show how that theory can be applied in current classrooms. Vygotsky's work continues to be applied and studied in Teacher Education and Educational Psychology. In this book, his work is presented using authentic classroom vignettes and visuals. Meaningful language and various scholarly perspectives that help students access abstract ideas are used throughout.

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