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Lev S. Vygotsky’s sociocultural theory is a sound theory in early childhood education that incorporates three main elements and three main concepts towards effective cognitive development that this author will later discuss in more detail. Vygotsky’s theory is effective with young children because proving evidence suggests how his practice of his theory precisely connects to the needs and characteristics of a young child. By providing creative and novel examples this author will present her understanding of developmental practices which clearly and precisely connect Vygotsky’s sociocultural theory to multiple influences on development and learning; to include but are not limited to incorporation of social, emotional, and cognitive development practices in connection to personal beliefs and classroom strategies.
To briefly describe Vygotsky’s theory of sociocultural cognitive development one needs to understand that there are three main elements involved that must be incorporated for success; culture, language, and social interaction, and three main concepts that are required for o…