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Vygotsky's Legacy: A Foundation for Research…

Vygotsky's Legacy: A Foundation for Research and Practice

by Margaret E. Gredler

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"Most educators are familiar with Lev Vygotsky's concept of the "zone of proximal development," yet the bulk of Vygotsky's pioneering theory of cognitive development remains largely unknown. This book provides a systematic overview of Vygotsky's work and its implications for educational research and practice. Rendering Vygotsky's complex thinking accessible to a broad audience, this comprehensive and timely work is a significant contribution to the field." "This volume belongs on the shelves of researchers and studenrs in educational psychology, education, and cognitive psychology, as well as teacher educators. It will fill a crucial niche as a supplemental text in courses on principles of educational psychology, cognition and learning, and learning theories."--BOOK JACKET.… (more)

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