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ABS450 - Russian contribution to Vygotsky's heritage

2.6 Dialogue and the co-construction of knowledge
2:30 PM, Tuesday 29 Aug 2017 (15 minutes)
The Centre of Research and Intervention for Student and School Success (CRI_SAS) has launched an international Francophone journal, which exceptionally accept English written articles, on innovation. All published articles are inspired, one way or another, by Vygotsky’s theoretical concepts. Thus, this scientific journal publishes texts explicitly linked to historico-sociocultural theories. The ISCAR 2017 conference was a great opportunity to invite Russian scholars to contribute to a Special Issue on Vygotsky's influence in sociocultural theories. More than 20 Russians have contributed. Sylvie Barma (Laval University) and Viktor Zarestkii (MSUPE) are co-editor.
Université Laval
Full Professor
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