Neo-Vygotskian Approach to Child Development
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Description: Vygotsky's followers have elaborated his ideas into a theory that integrates cognitive, motivational and social aspects of child development with an emphasis on the role of children's activity as mediated by adults in their development. This book discusses the neo-Vygotskians' approach to child development.
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Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Publication date: 8/28/2006
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
|List of Figures|
|Introduction: The Problem of Determinants and Mechanisms of Child Development; The Structure and Content of the Book|
|Vygotsky's Approach to Child Development|
|The Neo-Vygotskian Elaboration of Vygotsky's Approach to Child Development|
|First Year of Life: Emotional Interactions With Caregivers as the Leading Activity of Infants|
|Second and Third Years of Life: Object-Centered Joint Activity With Adults as the Leading Activity of Toddlers|
|Three- to Six-Year-Olds: Sociodramatic Play as the Leading Activity During the Period of Early Childhood|
|The Period of Middle Childhood: Learning at School as Children's Leading Activity|
|The Period of Adolescence: Interactions With Peers as the Leading Activity of Adolescents|
|Conclusion: The Neo-Vygotskian Approach to Child Development: Accomplishments and Shortcomings|