Scaffolding is a term introduced by Wood et al. (1976) to describe how an adult, or more knowledgeable peer, might assist a child to learn something within their zone of proximal development (ZPD). They provide the scaffolding (e.g. temporary support) and then take it down (reduce the support), as the child becomes competent.

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