Scaffolding the Development of Effective Collaboration and Learning.

@inproceedings{RojasDrummond2003ScaffoldingTD,
  title={Scaffolding the Development of Effective Collaboration and Learning.},
  author={Sylvia Rojas-Drummond and Neil Mercer},
  year={2003}
}
Abstract Research in Mexican and British schools provides an empirical basis for arguing that, by the use of certain kinds of interactional strategies, teachers can enable children to become more able in managing individual and joint reasoning and learning activities in the classroom. The research described is based on a sociocultural conception and analysis of education, which focuses on the ways that children can be inducted into the communicative and intellectual activities of the classroom… CONTINUE READING

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