Teacher-mediated learning: a vygotskyan approach
Keywords:Mediator Teacher; Mediation; Zone of Proximal Development.
This article aims to reflect on teacher-mediated learning according to Vygotsky's approach. Through a qualitative study of a theoretical nature, we sought to analyze the concepts of mediation and Zone of Proximal Development (ZPD), to understand how a mediating teacher can enable effective learning in the students. The mediating teacher appears as a figure of paramount importance for the development of the student and his / her learning, leading him to interact with the environment in the search for a contextual knowledge elaborated from social exchanges. Through this study, it was possible to highlight the importance of the role of the teacher as mediator of the learning processes, therefore, as a fundamental figure to develop it in the teaching processes.
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