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    1. LEV VIGOTSKY María Clara Hernández November 10th, 2012
    2. Lev Vigotsky-Lev Vygotsky was born inOrsha, a city in the westernregion of the Russian Empire.-He attended Moscow StateUniversity, where hegraduated with a degree in lawin 1917.-He studied a range of topicswhile attending university,including sociology, linguistics,psychology and philosophy.
    3. What are the theory main points? • Social interactions: Play a 1 fundamental role in the process of cognitive development. Higher mental processes have their origin in social interactions. • The More Knowledgeable Other (MKO): Refers to anyone who 2 has a better understanding or a higher ability level than the learner. (Teacher-peer, or even a computer. • The Zone of Proximal 3 Development (ZPD)
    4. The Zone of ProximalDevelopment• It is the distance between a learner s ability to solve problems independently and the learner s potential level of comprehension when given guidance or in collaboration with a MKO. Learning occurs in this zone.
    5. The Zone of Proximal Develpoment In conclusion, through a series of social Then, he tries interactions, to solve the the child has problem with learned to adult guidence internalize or in concepts and collaboration figure out First, the child with peers. problems. tries to figure (MKO) out problems independently.
    6. What are aspects you personally see positive andchallenging about his proposal? -Change the belief that teachers just deliver the curriculum. -Provide meaningful learning experiences in which students play an active role in their learning process through social interactions. -Teachers collaborate actively with their students in order to help facilitate meaning construction and problem solving strategies. -Learning as a reciprocal experience for students and teachers. -Promote cooperative learning activities with different groups of children at different levels who can help each other learn. -Strengthen social and team work skills.
    7. How could this particular proposal enrichyour personal or your school s practice? Students must must learn to "negotiate" with others. Constructivism Children learn gives students more, and enjoy ownership of what learning more they learn, since when they are learning is based actively involved, on students rather than passive questions and listeners. explorations. Constructivism Students in promotes social constructivist and communication classrooms learn to skills by creating a question things and classroom to apply their environment that knowledge to real- emphasizes life situations. collaboration and exchange of ideas.
    8. We have the power to change achild’s life…..

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