We discussed Seth's paper some time ago here and I agree that it is
very useful in its critical approach to the zoped topic. One thing I
found odd about it is that nowhere is it mentioned that zoped occurs
in LSV's writing on play. Since my design work combines play and instruction,
that ommission is something I would like to see discussed.
>From that paper and many other sources, the concept of imitation is brought
strongly to the fore after many years of being ignored. Also a good topic.
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