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Right Annalisa,
The reason for my last posting is because there is an error about "student
centeredness" in both Freire and Vygotsky's work.
In the case of Freire,  some wrongly believe that there is no structured
learning or that in the case of Vygotsky, just
putting the chairs in a circle does not mean that a ZPD is created.
RL

On Mon, Feb 9, 2015 at 2:14 PM, Annalisa Aguilar <annalisa@unm.edu> wrote:

> Hello Robert,
>
> I would like to add to what you said, if I may, that in the ZPD, the
> teacher learns in equal measure as the student in your description (as well
> as others watching and listening). It may not be the same level of learning
> as for the student, it may be learning about learning, for example, in a
> lived-through experience of teaching, That is, if teaching is considered
> not as the sage on the stage, but the guide on the side. :)
>
> The ZPD is not a one-way dialectic, but a multiple-directional dialectics,
> depending upon who's present, who's speaking, and who's listening?
>
> As in the way listservs function, for example, it's own zoped extending
> over time and space into many people's lives.  :)
>
> Kind regards,
>
> Annalisa
>
>


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*Robert Lake  Ed.D.*Associate Professor
Social Foundations of Education
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Georgia Southern University
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