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Transcript of Lev Vygotsky
Source: Schunk, Dale H. (2012).
Learning theories: An Educational perspective.
Boston, MA. Pearson Education, Inc.
Presented to you
by Angela Randolph
Zone of Proximal Development
Vygotsky's constructivist theory placed more emphasis on meaningful, collaborative activities to promote learning (Schunk, 2012, pg.240).
"Instructional scaffolding has five major functions: provide support, function as a tool, extend the range of the learner, permit the attainment of tasks not otherwise possible, and use selectively only as needed" (Schunk, 2012, p. 246).