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Spatio-temporal sequence of cross-regulatory events in root meristem growth.
A central question in developmental biology is how multicellular organisms coordinate cell division and differentiation to determine organ size. In Arabidopsis roots, this balance is controlled by cytokinin-induced expression of SHORT HYPOCOTYL 2 (SHY2) in the so-called transition zone of the merist...
Virtual collaboration, ‘perezhivanie’ and teacher learning: A socio-cultural-historical perspective
This article discusses specific examples of virtually mediated interactions involving two transatlantic groups of student-teachers who engaged in a task-based telecollaborative project for the purposes of a teacher education course. The Vygotskyan framework of learning and development and particular...
LEADERSHIP OF ERASMUS MUNDUS PHD STUDENTS IN MULTICULTURAL SOCIETIES: Defining AND BUILDING A COMPETENCE
This paper explores leadership from the standpoint of social constructivism. From this point, leadership is a complex notion that is studied in different ways and requires different definitions depending on the sphere, social circle, and situation where it is needed. It consists of knowledge, skills...
The process of schooling in adolescence: constituted meanings by High School teachers
O artigo tem por objetivo compreender o processo de escolarização na adolescência a partir de significações constituídas por professores do ensino médio. Fundamentada na psicologia sócio-histórica, especialmente nas categorias historicidade, zona de desenvolvimento proximal, dimensão subjetiva da re...
Individually planned instruction in light of didactic paradigms and contemporary instructional systems
This paper discusses individually planned instruction in light of didactic paradigms, the possibility of varying instructional design and innovative instructional systems. Individually planned instruction is firmly grounded in the phenomenological and constructivist didactic paradigms. According to...
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Realizing internationalization at home through English-medium courses at a Japanese University: Strategies to maximize student learning
In 2009, the Japanese government launched the Global 30 (G30) Project, a new initiative to internationalize universities. Selected universities had to create English-medium degree programs at undergraduate level in order to stimulate “internationalization at home.” The G30 Project represented a majo...
Careers and integration of substantive processes into vocational training
This article discloses essential aspects of the quality management process and assesses the importance of the functional structural system approach in order to give epistemologically support to the functional organic structure of the Basic Education Career at the Luis Vargas Torres - Technical Unive...
“Inner Spring” of Elena Kravtsova: A Word about a Scientist and a Friend
This scientific essay focuses on the work and personality of an outstanding psychologist E.E. Kravtsova, who passed away in spring 2020, on the eve of her anniversary. Continuing the work of her grandfather L.S. Vygotsky, she regarded it not as a “family” matter, but as common heritage, where new fo...
Cognitive Consequences of Education: Transfer of Training in the Elderly
Cognitive Development by Zone of Proximal Development (ZPD)
Aim/Thesis: The aim of this research is to promote the use of the three concepts-- the Zone of Proximal Development (ZPD), the Gettier Problem, and Corpus Linguistics (Contextual Learning)--to increase the academic performance of early undergraduate engineering students. Concept/Methods: 30 Engineer...
Writing approaches and strategies used by teachers in selected South African English First Additional Language classrooms
BACKGROUND: The teaching of writing in English First Additional Language (EFAL) classrooms remains less explored in the Further Education and Training Phase (FET) in South Africa. This is so despite research showing a decline in the writing skills of second language learners, especially at the FET p...
Connectivism: Its Place in Theory-Informed Research and Innovation in Technology-Enabled Learning
The sociotechnical context for learning and education is dynamic and makes great demands on those trying to seize the opportunities presented by emerging technologies. The goal of this paper is to explore certain theories for our plans and actions in technology-enabled learning. Although presented a...
Cognitive and affective support therapy TECA: a clinic sticker
`titrebSummary`/titrebBased on an affective relationship and on a non directive approach, considering the level of the child’s evolution and proposing activities settled on the proximal zone of development of the autistic child, the therapy we propose, « Cognitive and Affective Scaffolding Therapy »...
Sociocultural and Anthropoecological Distinctive Features of Pedagogical Discourse
The relevance of the study is due to the complexity of socio-cultural reality due to the aggravation of the contradiction between globalization and national-oriented processes, the increasing struggle of cultures, economies and ideologies, and the acceleration of scientific and technological progres...
Ploidy-dependent changes in the epigenome of symbiotic cells correlate with specific patterns of gene expression
Legume plants are able to interact with soil bacteria from the Rhizobiaceae family. This interaction leads to the development of a specialized organ called root nodule. Inside the symbiotic nodule cells, rhizobia are capable to fix atmospheric nitrogen and convert it to ammonia, which is a usable ni...
Does Scaffolding-Based Instruction Improve Writing Performance? The Case of Jordanian EFL Learners
Der Band enthält die Abstracts ausschließlich in englischer Sprache.
An Adaptive Learning Mode of “Public Psychology” Based on Creative Thinking with Virtual Simulation Technology
Due to the outbreak of COVID-19, the teaching of psychology in college has become especially important, posting higher requirements on the teaching content and purpose of the course of psychology. Nowadays, the traditional course of public psychology in college only focuses on the prevention and cor...
Integration of XO into learning environments: case at the ENS/B School in Gabon
This study aims to understand and illustrate the pedagogical integration of the XO computer in a school located in a popular area of Libreville Gabon, ENS/B School. The integration activity of the XO in that school is part of a comprehensive plan to reform the Gabonese education system initiated by...
Unexpected Сonnections: Cultural-Historical Psychologyin a Community Mental Health Setting?
This paper will reflect on the influence of Vygotsky and Luria in my work as an occupational therapist in the community mental health setting of an ‘Activity Centre’ in the National Health Service, between 1991 and 2001. The paper will discuss a limited study, referencing Vygotsky during that period...
Overcoming Difficulties in Subject Identification in the Italian Language
Identifying the subject in a sentence, especially if the subject is not obvious, is difficult for secondary-school students. The apparent simplicity of this topic might cause one to consider it lightly; however, it should be considered generative for textual comprehension, for the production of cohe...
Maturity Model as a Driver for Circular Economy Transformation
The movement of manufacturing organisations towards a circular economy sets the scene for extensive industrial change. This change is not simply a continuation of current business; instead, it brings up multiple questions concerning ways of thinking, modes of operation, and the very foundation of a...
The quality, the innovation and the creativity of the work within organizations : towards an overall policy of prevention of occupational psychological health problems
This research work deals with the intervention in prevention of occupational psychological health problems. It highlights the difficulties between knowing and doing: the biggest difficulties occur after diagnosis, when work situations and the organisation have to be substantially and permanently tra...
Syntactic extension in children with a primary language disorder: deployment of a developmental approach from childhood literature
By trying to understand the world around them, children develop their thinking and build their knowledge based on the development of their language; which will one day serve their reading and writing acquisition. However, a child with a primary language disorder, who does not have a sufficiently com...
One More Time on the Zone of Proximal Development
The article presents an analysis of L.S. Vygotsky’s concept of a zone of proximal development (ZPD); considers various ZPD definitions; provides a critical review of the most popular definition of ZPD as adopted from L.S. Vygotsky’s 1935 work and used as basic by English-speaking authors. Taking int...
SfM photogrammetry applied to taxonomic determination of archaeofauna remains