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2nd handout Vygotsky lesson

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to go with last 2 resources

OCR GCSE Cognitive development Vygotsky

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An active lesson. Includes pp and handouts

PSYB3 - Vygotsky's Theory of Cognitive Development

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AQA Specification B. Outline of Vygotsky's theory with studies and A02 points.

A2 - Cognitive Development: Vygotsky

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PPT that explains the theory

Vygotsky, Piaget or Bruner sort activity

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AQA A2 development module - revision or plenary activity suitable for when students are familiar with the 3 theorists above

AQA Spec B Vygotsky's Theory

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These are summary Student notes on Vygotsky's theory for cognitive development in Unit 3.

OCR PPT 2 of 10 Psychology of education

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Psychology PPT 2 of 10, goes with 1 of 10 and my course booklet. Tasks referred to can be found in booklet. Looks at Piaget, Bruner, Vygotsky, Skinner and  Watson.

Comparing Vygotsky and Piaget cut n stick

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A word document. Students must cut out the boxes and match them with the appropriate psychologist

Piaget & Vygotsky in 90 seconds

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does what it says in the title! Useful for a quick recap comparison. I am using it with my OCR GCSE students

VYGOTSKY'S DEVELOPMENTAL THEORY: AN INTRODUCTION ( DAVIDSON FILMS )

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This Youtube clip covers the basics of Vygotsky's thoery of cognitive development. I will be showing this to my GCSE OCR students as the alternative theory in cognitive Development. It's quite clear and straighforward.