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Week 7 Resources

To better understand scaffolding, with examples from the context of elementary education, watch Segment 4: Lev Vygotsky Model of Scaffolding (5:46) and Segment 5: Definition and Origin of Scaffolding (1:20). Although the video is dated, the information is not.

This brief segment (6:55) offers another perspective on scaffolding learning; the segment is part of a longer video about communication in adult-child interactions.

As part of a video series titled, The Learning Classroom: Theory into Practice, this brief segment (3:15) examines knowing when learning needs scaffolding, and when the learner is ready to assume more responsibility with less scaffolding.