Yes I say to Ana's comment and question Yes Yes Yes
Here it is:
"In addition, ZPD also implies the notion of internalization - that the
activity which is at the start done interactively with others, becomes
progressively internalized (so that the child can do more and more 'alone'
to achieve the same effect) -- which means that the ZPD is probably always
comprised out of partly observable interactive activity and partly out of
imagined "private" and internalized psychological functions.
Isn't that interesting??
And then the process of externalizing -- when making zopeds with novices or
working (including doing science)?
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