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A look at Jean Piaget's theories on early childhood learning.
# 127765 | 1,000 words | 2 sources | MLA | 2008 |
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Education (Development Studies) , Psychology (Piaget) , Education (Early Childhood) , Psychology (Theory)
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A discussion of Jean Piaget's child development theories and their relevance to education.
From the Paper:"Jean Piaget is perhaps better known in early education circles for his pedantic style of writing than his exciting ideas about how to help young children learn. While he is not easily accessible, the doctor of biology has considerable insight for educators. Primary among them is his idea of constructive learning, that children form their own knowledge based on their understanding of the world outside them. Instead of being solely intrinsic or wholly external, therefore, knowledge is a synergy of both foci for the child."
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