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Development And Learning

Author : Lynn S. Liben
ISBN : 9781134733255
Genre : Psychology
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This volume juxtaposes two different domains of developmental theory: the Piagetian approach and the information-processing approach. Articles by experts in both fields discuss how concepts of development and learning, traditionally approached through cognitive-developmental theories such as Piaget's, are analyzed from the perspective of a task analytic, information-processing approach.

Handbook Of Psychology Developmental Psychology

Author : Richard M. Lerner
ISBN : 9780471264477
Genre : Psychology
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Includes established theories and cutting-edge developments. Presents the work of an international group of experts. Presents the nature, origin, implications, an future course of major unresolved issues in the area.

Critical Readings On Piaget

Author : Leslie Smith
ISBN : 9781134786138
Genre : Psychology
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First published in 1996. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Arguing To Learn

Author : Jerry Andriessen
ISBN : 9789401707817
Genre : Education
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This book focuses on how new pedagogical scenarios, task environments and communication tools within Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL) environments can favour collaborative and productive confrontations of ideas, evidence, arguments and explanations, or arguing to learn. The first to assemble the work of internationally renowned scholars, this book will be of interest to researchers in education, psychology, computer science, communication and linguistic studies

Changing Assessments

Author : Bernard R. Gifford
ISBN : 9789401129688
Genre : Education
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Bernard R. Gifford As we edge toward the year 2000, the information age is a reality; the global marketplace is increasingly competitive; and the U.S. labor force is shrinking. Today more than ever, our nation's economic and social well-being hinges on our ability to tap our human resources-to identify talent, to nurture it, and to assess abilities and disabilities in ways that help every individual reach his or her full potential. In pursuing that goal, decision-makers in education, industry, and government are relying increasingly on standardized tests: sets of question- with identical directions, time limits and tasks for all test-takers-designed to permit an inference about what someone knows or can do in a particular area. CALIBRATING DIFFERENCE Our emphasis on standardized testing rests on a premise that is so basic it often escapes notice: that we humans are different from each other in ways that are both meaningful and measurable. We differ in terms of cognitive ability; aptitude for performing different kinds of mental and physical tasks; temperament; and interests. But somehow, without sufficient examination, we have taken a great collective leap from that commonplace to the notion that there are precise, measurable gradations of innate ability that can be used to direct children to the right classrooms, and adults to the right job slots.

Gaining Ground In College Writing

Author : Richard H. Haswell
ISBN : UOM:39015022246964
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Children S Thinking

Author : Robert S. Siegler
ISBN : UOM:39015019396160
Genre : Cognition chez l'enfant
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This book offers a unified account of major research findings and theories on the development of children's thinking from infancy to adolescence as well as the practical implications. The book examines the change processes of development, as well as the nature of the changes in language, perception, memory, conceptual understanding, and problem-solving that mark cognitive development. Eight central themes presented in the first chapter integrate and unify the presentation. It examines emerging topics such as the possibility of multiple intelligences, the influence of the social environment on children's thinking, and the role of principles in guiding learning. It discusses how children learn reading, writing, and mathematical skills, and details the learning abilities of blind, deaf, gifted, and retarded children. It highlights the major theories of cognitive development; Piaget, neo-Piagetian, information-processing, sociocultural, theory-theory, connectionist, and multiple intelligences.

Piaget S Theory Of Cognitive And Affective Development

Author : Barry J. Wadsworth
ISBN : UOM:39015031837969
Genre : Education
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This bestselling introduction to Jean Piaget's theory shows how children construct and acquire knowledge as it relates to current constructivist approaches to learning.

The Handbook For Developing Supportive Learning Environments

Author : Teddy Holtz- Frank
ISBN : 9781317922247
Genre : Education
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This book provides practical strategies and guidelines to improve student success and develop supportive learning environments. It is geared for school administrators, teachers, trainers, business and organizational leaders, community organizers, faith based leaders, and all those who work to improve schools. The easy-to use tools can be applied to initiatives already underway in your school, such as No Child Left Behind Mandates, School Improvement Grants, Title I Programs, and Teacher Education and Mentoring Programs

Organization Development

Author : W. Warner Burke
ISBN : 9780133892628
Genre : Business & Economics
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Master the modern discipline of Organizational Development (OD), and use it to plan and drive effective change. Organization Development, Third Edition is today's complete overview of the OD discipline for managers, executives, administrators, consultants, and students alike. Fully updated to reflect major changes since the classic Second Edition, it explains how OD is now practiced, and how it is continuing to evolve. The authors illuminate each key theory in the field, giving readers the background they need to translate theory into action, make key choices, help organizations learn, and lead change. Coverage includes: What OD is, where it came from, and where it is headed Understanding OD as a process of change Defining the OD client (why your client may not be who you think it is) Diagnosing organizational problems Applying the Burke-Litwin model of organizational performance and change Assessing how well OD techniques work Working as an OD consultant, and much more

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