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A vision of Vygotsky

Author: Joan Wink; LeAnn G Putney
Publisher: Boston : Allyn and Bacon, ©2002.
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This book will introduce students to Vygotskian theories of teaching, learning, and development and show how that theory can be applied in current classrooms. Vygotsky's work continues to be applied  Read more...

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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Wink, Joan.
Vision of Vygotsky.
Boston : Allyn and Bacon, ©2002
(OCoLC)606632286
Named Person: L S Vygotskiĭ; L S Vygotskiĭ; Lev S Vygotskij
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Joan Wink; LeAnn G Putney
ISBN: 0321082400 9780321082404
OCLC Number: 47117667
Description: xxxi, 176 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: The Vygotskian Metaphor: Water --
Dialectics --
The Overriding Theme --
Visually Vygotsky: A Road Map for Readers --
What Is New about Vygotsky? --
Remembering My Father / Gita L. Vygodskaya --
Remembering Our Friend, by His Colleagues --
Vygotsky and His Times --
Historical Beginnings: A Brief Look at the Background of Vygotsky --
Development of Consciousness: A Search for a New Psychology --
Psychology to Pedagogy --
Meeting Our Distant Mentor: Joan Meets Vygotsky --
Meeting Our Distant Mentor: Le Meets Vygotsky --
Why Vygotsky? --
Why Do We Do What We Do? --
Thought at the Turn of the Century: 1900 --
Thought at the Turn of the Century: 2000 --
Evolution of Thought: 1900 to 2000 --
Theorizing Theories and Thinking Thoughts --
Why We Juxtapose Theories and Theorists --
Finding Answers in a Historical Journey --
Multiple Perspectives to Multiple Learners --
Transmission Lens: Behaviorism/Positivism --
Generative Lens: Cognitive to Interactionist to Constructivist --
Transformative Lens: Social Constructionist --
Transforming Transformative: Critical Pedagogy --
Theory Is Practice: Example Lessons --
Journals: Reflections on Theory to Practice --
Classroom Application of Learning Theories --
Searching for a New Psychology --
Psychology to Pedagogy --
A Vygotskian Perspective on the Work of Piaget --
Vygotsky: Learning First, Then Development --
Vygotsky: Active Use of Language --
Major Points of Child Development: Vygotsky/Piaget --
Multiple Perspective for Multiple Realities --
Three Principal Principles --
Thought and Language.
Responsibility: Joan Wink, LeAnn G. Putney.

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