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Vygotsky and teacher education in the knowledge age

Sharon Derry

pp. 223-238

A teacher education researcher examines the Wertsch and Kazak analysis of segments of the Lehrer/Schauble video case, explaining how these contributions, used together, could have considerable value for helping promote deep and meaningful discussions with educators about important goals for education, the learning process, pedagogy, and assessment.

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DOI: 10.1007/978-1-4419-7582-9_13

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Derry, S. (2011)., Vygotsky and teacher education in the knowledge age, in T. Koschmann (ed.), Theories of learning and studies of instructional practice, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 223-238.

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