UNVEILING THE VYGOTSKYANA CONCEPTION IN CONNECTION LEARNING AND DEVELOPMENT: THE ROLE OF THE TEACHER IN THE PROCESS OF KNOWLEDGE ACQUISITION

Simone Ariomar de Souza

Abstract


This article results from a literature search was undertaken in order to investigate the Vygotskyana conception about the relationship between learning and development, in order to understand the process of acquisition of knowledge held by the students in the apprehension of the object of study and finally, evaluate the role played by the teacher in the context. Conducted in the light of Historical-cultural Theory, this study was guided by the following questions: (1) As Vygotsky understands the relationship between learning and development? (2) This perspective how is the process of acquiring knowledge held by students in the apprehension of the object of study? (3) How important is the role of the teacher in this context? Concluded noting among other things that for Vygotsky the role of the teacher is crucial in the process of acquiring knowledge by the students, especially by identifying and acting on the Zone of Proximal Development of their students.

Keywords: Learning. Development. Teacher.



DOI: https://doi.org/10.14571/cets.v4.n1.73-86p.



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