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Context for learning: socio-cultural dynamics in children's development.
This provocative work on children's development in context presents recent theoretical developments and research findings that have been generated by sociocultural theory. Three main themes are explored in detail: discourse and learning in classroom practice, interpersonal relations in formal and informal education, and the institutional context of learning. Research findings are consistently discussed in terms of their theoretical implications. The book includes three commentary chapters and an afterword that propose future directions for sociocultural research.
Contributor: Forman, E.A., Minick, N., & Stone, C.A.
Publisher: Oxford University Press
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