Scaffolding in Teacher–Student Interaction: A Decade of Research

@article{Pol2010ScaffoldingIT,
  title={Scaffolding in Teacher–Student Interaction: A Decade of Research},
  author={J. Pol and M. Volman and J. Beishuizen},
  journal={Educational Psychology Review},
  year={2010},
  volume={22},
  pages={271-296}
}
Although scaffolding is an important and frequently studied concept, much discussion exists with regard to its conceptualizations, appearances, and effectiveness. Departing from the last decade’s scaffolding literature, this review scrutinizes these three areas of scaffolding. First, contingency, fading, and transfer of responsibility are discerned in this review as the three key characteristics of scaffolding. Second, an overview is presented of the numerous descriptive studies that provided… Expand

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