Author: Jean-Claude BringuierPublish On: 1989-01-15
"What is most impressive about this book is its intelligence, its sophistication, and its charm.
Author: Jean-Claude Bringuier
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
"What is most impressive about this book is its intelligence, its sophistication, and its charm. . . . This book presents Piaget's work and his person better than anything else that I know about."—David Elkind, Tufts University "The tone is one of constant movement from the most ordinary to the most abstruse. There are 14 conversations with 'le Patron,' some in 1969, some in 1975, and several more with co-workers in various fields. . . . In Mr. Bringuier's book, in a pleasant informal way, we see a sophisticated non-scientist exploring Piaget's domain with the master. Some of Piaget's best-known findings about children as explained along the way, but Mr. Bringuier has ways of bringing out the relation of this psychological work to the whole of Piaget's enterprise, and we get a good sense of the man and his work."—Howard E. Gruber, New York Times Book Review
It accounts for about 30 per cent of spontaneous socialized speech and Piaget regarded it as the most advanced form of dialogue. In a fascinating passage which anticipates the work ofIDoise, Mugny and Perret-Clermont (19761 man ears ...
Acta Psiquiatr Psicol Am Lat 1983 Jun ; 29 ( 2 ) : 85-95 Evans RI : Dialogue with Jean Piaget . New York , Praeger , 1981. Ixi , 189 p . ( Dialogues in Contemporary Psychology Series ) . Gruber HE : Piaget's mission .
In J. Flavell The developmental psychology of Jean Piaget . New York : Van Nostrand . Piaget , J. ( 1964 ) . ... Paris : Presses Universitaires de France Insights and illusions in philosophy . ... A conversation with Jean Piaget .
Author: Leslie Smith
Publisher: Psychology Press
The main conclusion drawn in this text is that Piaget's accounts of the construction of necessary knowledge continue to have an intelligible and respectable bases.
Dialogue. III. Jean. Piaget's. Views. on. the. Psychology. of. Language. and. Thought. INTRODUCTION This chapter is in some ways, different in structure from others. To begin with, it is written in two parts. The first is a presentation ...
Author: Robert Rieber
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
The scope and variety of interest areas identified with psy cholinguistic research have grown enormously during the last decade or two. Although this recent flourishing has brought a great deal of new knowledge and interdisciplinary cooperation to the field, it has also brought its share of controversy and confusion as con flicting views on a number of important topics are hotly debated by their proponents. It is for this reason that we have put together this book, a collection of interviews with a number of leading scholars within the field, all of whom differ--sometimes widely- in their respective points of view. The idea of using a uniform set of questions as points of de parture for each interview seemed to us a choice method for pro viding readers with a better understanding .of the complexities of the field. The questions we have chosen to work with are crucial questions for psycho linguistics since they form the framework for knowledge and research within the field. It is our hope that by offering several different points of view on psycholinguistic re search, this volume will provide readers with a better sense of the similarities and differences of opinion within these different points of view. We would like to extend our thanks to the various contributors to this book for their cooperation and patience during the prepara tion of this book, and to the publishers for their steady encour agement during our work.
expose une corporéité particulière du comportement enfantin à partir de la remarque critique de La représentation du monde chez l'enfant de Jean Piaget.Celui-ci présente une série de documents et d'observations tirés de dialogues avec ...
176p. __. Dialogue with Jean Piaget. By Richard I. Evans. Trans. Eleanor Duckworth. NY: Praeger, 1981. 189p. Reprint. Originally published: Jean Piaget, the Man and His Ideas. NY: Dutton, 1973. __ , and Paul Fraisse, eds.
Author: Michael G. Maness
Maness asks us to “tie up our sneakers, for we are going to have some fun as we hike into the Grand Canyon of Love. Love is the treasure of life. It is Love all the way. Nothing else really matters outside of Love. Best of all, our Love will only get better in heaven.” The treasured ability to have loving relationships is God’s gift to us in our Imago Dei—the image of God we all share. Likewise, what we know of Love this side of heaven is but a dusty image of what God experiences. “I want to get personally involved,” says Maness. “Can we have a free-will relationship with anyone, even God, if all of what we do and think is settled? I don’t think so. Love is greater than that, and I shall prove that, and that is indeed a Grand Canyon.” Manes brings some of the brain-splitting complexities of this to light with good humor, introduces dynamic foreknowledge, and challenges Classical Theism’s avoidance of Love. And he exposes some foul play in the process. That’s the first half of the book. For those wanting to strike out on their own (wanting to see more of the depth and diversity of the Grand Canyon), the second half contains reviews of about 60 major authors, a 4,000+ Abysmal Bibliography, and a huge index to just about everything in the book. Maness has thrown a gauntlet before the Classical Theists. So ... tie up your sneakers and take a hike with Michael G. Maness as he walks with you into the Grand Canyon. see more at www.PreciousHeart.net
Jean Piaget, although internationally acclaimed for his revolutionary ideas about human intellectual development and how children learn, has been misunderstood by many of those attempting to interpret his theories and apply them.
Author: Richard Isadore Evans
Publisher: New York : E. P. Dutton
Category: Cognition in children
Jean Piaget, although internationally acclaimed for his revolutionary ideas about human intellectual development and how children learn, has been misunderstood by many of those attempting to interpret his theories and apply them. Fortunately, this dialogue between Dr. Evans and Piaget provides the student and general reader with a clear and accurate explanation of his theories and how he arrived at them. As David Elkind writes in the Introduction, Piaget's findings "are effecting a veritable Copernican revolution in our understanding of the growth and functioning of the human mind."
a kind of microanalysis of the thinking development process in a dialogical context and demonstrate the crucially ... Jean Piaget was among those who claimed that the roots of reflection can be traced back to the cooperation with others ...
Author: M. Beatrice Ligorio
Education is a main issue in all countries. Policy makers, educators, families, students and, in a more general way, societies expect schools to provide a high quality education. They also expect students to be able to achieve and to become active and critical citizens. As senior researchers in education, we address some of the most complex and demanding research questions: How does learning affect identity? How does participation to educational settings, scenarios and situations impact the way we are or became? Can changes in how we perceive our Selves be considered as part of the learning process? This book attempts to outline some answers to such broad questions using a very robust and updated theoretical frame: the dialogical approach. In these chapters very well-known international authors from different continents and countries analyze school and educational situations through new lens: by considering the teaching and learning processes as multi-voiced and socially complex and considering identity development as a true leverage for development. The focus on the dialogical nature of both learning and identities makes this book interesting not only for educators and educational researchers but also for anyone interested in human sciences, policy makers, students and their families. We also aimed at producing a book that can be useful for different cultures and educational systems. Thus, in this book there are researches and comments from different cultural perspectives, making it appealing for a very large target-public.