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.
KeywordsConceptual Change Teacher Knowledge Cultural Tool Science Education Community Stimulate Commentary
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