Vygotsky’s philosophy

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Vygotsky’s philosophy by Mind Map: Vygotsky’s philosophy

1. Learning

1.1. Teaching

1.2. Mutually independent

1.3. Effective learning

2. Fundamental concepts

2.1. Attention

2.2. Sensation

2.3. Perception

2.4. Memoria

3. School learning

3.1. Word

3.2. Concept

4. Community makes sense of knowledge

4.1. Learn in social environment, exchange with others, through the zone of proximal development

5. Processing of information

5.1. Zone of proximal development

6. Types of constructivism

6.1. Collective constructivism

6.2. Social constructivism

7. The Role of Language

7.1. Built out of brute physical sounds or visual marks

7.2. The constructivists seem to want to build knowledge

8. Dialectics

8.1. The dynamic in Vygotsky’s conceptualisation of individual development.

8.2. Much of Vygotsky’s works are based on dialectical principles