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:: RT: The Mediation of Learning ▶ http://goo.gl/o4HXdW ◀ in the Zone of Proximal Development through a Co-constructed Writing Activity, Ian Thompson, University of Oxford | #Education #Learning #LearningTheory #Pedagogy #ZPD


This article develops a theoretical understanding of the processes involved in the co-construction of a written text by a teacher and student from a Vygotskian perspective. Drawing on cultural-historical and sociocultural theories of writing and Vygotsky’s concept of the Zone of Proximal Development (ZPD), this case study of a student and teacher interaction in a UK secondary school examines the social mediation of collaborative activity in the negotiation of meaning.


Vygotsky argues that the process of composition involves social and cultural interaction leading to the translation from inner speech, or internalized thought, to outer speech in the form of writing.


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This video was inspired by a scene in the movie Ferris Bueler's Day Off (below). This video was created to satirize the unaware (absent) professor/teacher. It reminds us of what our classroom used to look like until we began to see teaching as knowledge construction. This sketch illustrates the passivity of students in a classroom where the teaching is far from effective.




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