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social_cognitive_theory2_ppt - Vygotsky's Social Cognitive...

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Vygotsky’s Social Cognitive Theory and the Cognitive Apprenticeship Essential Question : How can we make thinking visible for students and support more powerful learning? Objectives: Teacher candidate will be able to Articulate ways to make expert thinking visible and support student learning through modeling, scaffolding, and coaching Identify strategies to make student thinking visible in order to judge when and how to teach in developmentally appropriate ways
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Vygotsky (sociocultural theory) Complex mental processes begin as social activities Internalization self-talk inner speech Children observe how others in culture interpret and respond to the world through formal schooling/informal interactions
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Vygotsky Zone of Proximal Development (ZPD) Actual dev. level ZPD Potential dev. level Goal to challenge students to work w/in the ZPD Scaffolding Mediated learning experience Social constructivism – student interaction Cognitive apprenticeship
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