Resources that will help parents and teachers on the topic of INTENTIONALITY / RECIPROCITY: The Generator and Catapult of Mediated Learning Experience
There is no doubt that Feuerstein’s Mediated Learning Experience criteria of intentionality/reciprocity is a powerful and dynamic mechanism to generate the movement for transformation of not only learners, but teachers, parents and even communities. Parents, teachers, school administrators and community leaders can become intentional in the need to choose an optimistic alternative, by engaging children, adolescents and adults in a feeling of belonging to create community in which all villagers become aware of oneself and others as entities of change. Let it begin with you!
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- Lebeer, J. (2002). The Art of Cognitive Bricklaying: Feuerstein’s Structural Cognitive Modifiability and Mediated Learning Experience, Antwerp, Belgium: Project INSIDE.
- Skuy, et.al. (1996). Mediated Learning in and out of the Classroom, Arlington Heights: IRI Skylight Training and Publishing, Inc.
- Kozulin, A. (1998). Psychological Tools: A sociocultural approach to education. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press
- Kozulin A., Gindis B., Ageyev V., Miller S. (2003). Remediation through education: socio/cultural theory and children with special needs. Chapter 10 (pp.200-222) in Vygotsky’s Eductional Theory in Cultural Context. New York: Cambridge University Press.