Responses to the Commentaries
The commentaries written by Packer, Sherin, Wegerif, and Derry on our position paper in Chapter 9 bring different perspectives with thought-provoking ideas about the implications of our analyses of instructional interaction from the Vygotsky-Shpet approach. In this chapter we elaborate on these issues as they relate to theory, teaching, learning, assessment, teacher knowledge and teacher education.
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