'Vygotsky Rocks!' An Argument That Helps Use Lev Vygotsky's Ideas in Early Years Practice
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- Glassman, M., Wang, Y. and doctoral student in the College of Education (2004) ‘On the Interconnected Nature of Interpreting Vygotsky: rejoinder to Gredler and Shields Does No One Read Vygotsky's Words (2004)’, Educational Researcher, 33(6): 19–22.
- Morrissey, A.-M. and Brown, P.M. (2009) ‘Mother and toddler activity in the zone of proximal development for pretend play as a predictor of higher child IQ’, Gifted Child Quarterly, 53(2): 106–120.
- Vianna, E. and Stetsenko, A. (2006) ‘Embracing history through transforming it : contrasting Piagetian versus Vygotskian (activity) theories of learning and development to expand constructivism within a dialectical view of history’, Theory & Psychology, 16(1): 81–108.