Vygotsky and Education: Instructional Implications and Applications of Sociohistorical Psychology / Edition 1

Vygotsky and Education: Instructional Implications and Applications of Sociohistorical Psychology / Edition 1

by Luis C. Moll
     
 

This volume is devoted to analyzing Vygotsky's ideas as a means of bringing to light the relevance of his concepts to education.See more details below

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This volume is devoted to analyzing Vygotsky's ideas as a means of bringing to light the relevance of his concepts to education.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780521385794
Publisher:
Cambridge University Press
Publication date:
06/28/2005
Edition description:
REPRINT
Pages:
439
Sales rank:
1,232,028
Product dimensions:
5.98(w) x 8.98(h) x 0.91(d)

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Table of Contents

Preface; Acknowledgments; Introduction Luis C. Moll; Part I. Historical and Theoretical Issues: 1. Vygotsky: the man and his cause Guillermo Blanck; 2. The historical context of Vygotsky's work: a sociohistorical approach Alberto Rosa and Ignacio Montero; 3. Congitive development and formal schooling: the evidence from cross-cultural research Michael Cole; 4. The voice of rationality in a sociocultural approach to mind James V. Wertsch; 5. The social origins of self-regulation Rafael M. Diaz, Cynthia J. Neal and Marina Amaya-Williams; 6. Vygotsky, the zone of proximal development, and peer collaboration: implications for classroom practice Jonathan Tudge; Part II. Educational Implications: 7. Teaching mind in society: teaching, schooling, and literate discourse Ronald Gallimore and Roland Tharp; 8. A ygotskian interpretation of Reading recovery Marie M. Clay and Courtney B. Cazden; 9. Vygotsky in a whole-language perspective Yetta M. Goodman and Kenneth S. Goodman; 10. The development of scientific concepts and discourse Carolyn P. Panofsky, Vera John-Steiner and Peggy J. Blackwell; Part III. Instructional Applications: 11. Changes in a teacher's views of interactive comprehension instruction Kathryn H. Au; 12. Learning to read and write in an inner-city setting: a longitudinal study of community change Gillian Dowley McNamee; 13. Writing as a cosial process Joan B. McLane; 14. Creating zones of possibilities: combining social contexts for instruction Luis C. Moll and James B. Greenberg; 15. The zone of proximal development as basis for instruction Mariane Hedgegaard; 16. Detecting and defining science problems: a study of video-mediated lessons Laura M. W. Martin; 17. Assisted performance in writing instruction with learning-disabled students Robert Rueda; Name index; Subject index.

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