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A Vygotskian Model for Developing Concepts   Carolyn Claytor Shields

A Vygotskian Model for Developing Concepts

156 страниц. 2012 год.
LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
The study applied the principles of L. S. Vygotsky's cultural-historical theory to create and test an approach to concept learning different from currently-developed approaches. According to Vygotsky, formal instruction leads the development of students' higher mental functions. His perspective is unique because it relates concept learning to development of these higher mental functions. Twenty-four students (19 females and 5 males) in a graduate-level educational psychology class were randomly assigned to two treatment conditions: (1) Vygotskian-derived instruction and (2) traditional instruction. Standardized test scores were used to block subjects according to verbal ability (high and low). All subjects received 3.5 hours of instruction on Bernard Weiner's attribution theory as a system of concepts. Concept learning was assessed prior to and following the instructional intervention. The three dependent measures included: (1) a multiple-choice test, (2) a scenario analysis, and...
 
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