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Social Constructivism

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    Zone of proximal knowledge can be the moment (or the span of moment) where there is this transfer of knowledge from the expert to the other who needs assistance. The right moment matters the most,for that transfer of knowledge to be remembered and applied. it also helps in the Cognitive Equilibrium. lets take the chess player who has played very little, as an example who will be assisted by the expert. The transfer of knowledge from the expert to the little experienced person is greater at the right moment ie; when he is preparing for a tournament. This will help the less experienced chess player to balance between the reliance on prior information that he had acquired earlier and the openess to new information creating a Cognitive Equilibrium. What is important is the right time/moment - or to create the right time/moment for the students or learner to attain maximum Cognitive Equilibrium.

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