Showcasing blogs as a tool. Lin Armstrong. What is a blog?. A web page that is like a diary on the internet. It allows people to post their thoughts, ideas, feelings, and photos onto the internet. Anyone can read a blog and make comments.
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. . . the distance between the actual developmental level as determined by independent problem solving and the level of potential development as determined through problem solving under adult guidance or incollaboration with more capable peers.
(Mind in Society, page 86 – italics mine)
I have always insisted that words used in organizing a literacy program come from the world universe of the people who are learning, expressing the actual language, their anxieties, fears, demands, dreams. Words should be laden with the meaning of the people’s existential experience, and not of the teacher’s experience.
Freire, Paulo. (1983). The importance of the act of reading. Journal of Education 165 (1): 5 – 11.
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