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LEV VYGOTSKY (1896-1943). By: Jessica Abram, Sarah Baker & Jodi Helkie. Biography. A Russian psychologist Received a law degree from Moscow University He was an active scholar when Piaget was forming his theory He passed away before his work was complete, at the age of 38.

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lev vygotsky 1896 1943

LEV VYGOTSKY (1896-1943)

By: Jessica Abram, Sarah Baker & Jodi Helkie

biography
Biography
  • A Russian psychologist
  • Received a law degree from Moscow University
  • He was an active scholar when Piaget was forming his theory
  • He passed away before his work was complete, at the age of 38
sociocultural theory
Sociocultural Theory
  • Children acquire their culture’s values, beliefs, and problem-solving strategies through collaborative dialogues with more knowledgeable members of society
  • Cognitive skills evolve from social interactions with teacher, parents, and other competent associates.
  • He viewed cognitive growth as a socially mediated activity
learning
Learning
  • Children learn first through social interactions
  • Learning gradually becomes under the child’s control
  • Cognitive development varies across cultures depending on their specific experiences
zone of proximal development
Zone of Proximal Development
  • Tasks are too complex and can only be accomplished with guidance and encouragement from a more skillful partner
  • Scaffolding
related to sara porter
Related to Sara Porter
  • Children learn first through social interactions
  • Learning gradually becomes under the child’s control
  • Cognitive development varies across cultures depending on their specific experiences
  • Socially mediated activity
  • Zone of proximal development
bibliography
Bibliography
  • http://starfsfolk.khi.is/solrunb/vygotsky.htm
  • Shaffer, David, Eileen Wood and Teena Willoughby. Developmental Psychology Childhood and Adolescence. 2nd ed. Canada: Thomson/Nelson, 2005.
  • http://tip.psychology.org/vygotsky.html