Date of Award
Master of Arts in Education
This study focuses on two prospective teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) who were enrolled in a master's program and were being tutored as they prepared to write a scholarly review of literature. The methodology involved videotaping four tutoring sessions, each tutor was assigned to participate in two tutoring sessions each with the same participant. The videotaped data was then transcribed and analyzed for significant scaffolding occurrences that may have promoted successful transfer of responsibility facilitating autonomy for the learner. The goal of this project was to promote autonomous learning and to help find ways for students to maintain control of their own learning.
Keller, Ixchell Alejandra, "Prospective English-as-a-second-language educators' use of Vygotskian scaffolding in mentoring academic writing" (2008). Theses Digitization Project. 3551.