Inviting Russians Scholars to Reflect on Vygotsky’s Heritage

Editorial

  • Sylvie Barma Université Laval
  • Viktor K. Zaretskii Moscow State University of Psychology and Education

Résumé

The International Journal of the Centre of Research and Intervention for Student and School Success (CRI_SAS): To innovate in Vygotsky’s heritage is a journal that focuses on the innovation and transformation of learning environments related to the educational success of young people. It invites researchers and graduate students to propose theoretical texts, reflections on methodological issues or empirical research results based on the idea that individuals learn and develop through social mediation and use transformation of artefacts from the culture within which they pursue a given activity. Eligible contributions are therefore in line with Vygotsky’s work and are based on theories of language (speech), situational cognition, socio-cultural approaches and formative research interventions. The launching of this Special Issue coincides with the 25th anniversary of CRI_SAS. It is therefore an opportune time to promote our free online distribution of scientific and professional texts. As editors, we are also thankful for the financial support provided to the editing team lead by Marie-Caroline Vincent.

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Publiée
2017-09-21
Comment citer
BARMA, Sylvie; ZARETSKII, Viktor K.. Inviting Russians Scholars to Reflect on Vygotsky’s Heritage. Revue internationale du CRIRES : innover dans la tradition de Vygotsky, [S.l.], v. 4, n. 1, p. i-iv, sep. 2017. ISSN 2291-6717. Disponible à l'adresse : >http://ojs.crires.ulaval.ca/index.php/ric/article/view/26>. Date de consultation : 23 nov. 2017