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Vygotsky's Child Development Theory
An examination of Vygotsky's child development theory and its application to the classroom.
# 127645 | 750 words | 5 sources | APA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Education (Development Studies) , Psychology (Theory)


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This paper discusses Vygotsky's child development theory and its application in the classroom. The paper also notes the application of this theory to instructional planning, delivery, classroom set-up and management and assessment.

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"This paper presents a discussion of Vygotsky's child development theory and its application to the classroom. Application of this theory to instructional planning, delivery, classroom set-up and management and assessment are noted. This is followed by a summary and conclusions.
"Vygotsky presented a social development theory to explain child development. This theory became a basis of constructivism. Vygotsky asserted that cognitive development is a constant effort to adapt to the environment and children are active learners who contribute to their own development. Thus, according to..."

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