Children and Adolescents: Interpretive Essays on Jean Piaget
Oxford University Press, 1981 - Adolescent psychology. - 250 pages
The latest edition of this widely used introduction to Piaget's ideas includes new essays on the approach to beginning reading, Piaget's theory of play, the informal programs of the British infant schools, and the education of adolescents. The author emphasizes practical applications ofPiagetian theory in education and clinical diagnosis.
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Six Basic Piagetian Concepts
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