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[Xmca-l] Re: The zone of proximal development

Completely off topic, but, for what it's worth, my favourite is still
the folk singer version.

Q: How many folk singers does it take to change a lightbulb?

A: Five. One to change it, and four to sing about how much nicer the old
one was.

To bring it slightly back on topic, I have just absorbed a presentation
on emotional competencies in teaching, and I am pondering the role of
humour in a zpd.


On 08/07/2015 15:55, Annalisa Aguilar wrote:
> Sometimes a ZPD is just a scrum.
> Did you hear the one:
> "How many Vygotskian scholars does it take to change a lightbulb?"
> "None. The lightbulb has to want to change."
> :)
> I suppose the scholars can keep trying.
> I didn't know that children do not know how to cooperate or collaborate. I seem to see them doing it far more often than European politicians, that's for sure.
> Kind regards,
> Annalisa
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