The authors of this book consult fifteen thinkers, from various fields, who have a profound understanding of the important role that education plays in our world.
Author: William Cooney
Publisher: University Press of America
In this book the author makes a direct attack on the current role of psychology in education, showing important differences between psychologists' and educators' interests in topics such as learning, motivation and development, and ...
Author: Kieran Egan
FURTHER READING To someone without a specialized interest in Piaget ,
reading his works can be somewhat difficult . ... College , 1984 ) A theoretical
analysis of various theorists , philosphers , and psychologists from Plato to Piaget
Author: George S. Morrison
Category: Early childhood education
Discusses theorists from Plato to Piaget . Cleverley , J . , & Phillips , D . C . ( 1986
) . Visions of childhood : Influential models from Locke to Spock . New York :
Teachers College Press : Analyzes the theories of education of the most
Author: Katherine Haskill Read
Publisher: Wadsworth Publishing Company
Category: Social Science
Jean Piaget and Bärbel Inhelder , The Psychology of the Child , trans . by Helen
Weaver ( New York : Basic Books , 1969 ) , 13 . 11 . William Cooney , Charles
Cross , and Barry Trunk , From Plato to Piaget : The Greatest Educational
Author: D. Lynn McRainey
Category: Business & Economics
Education and psychology : Plato , Piaget , and scientific Wesson and Fleischer
fill a need for a serious updating of political develop psychology . Teachers
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ABSTRACT : The ideal of moral autonomy that has run through developmental
psychologies from Plato to Piaget and Kohlberg provides each such theory with a
formal account of moral deliberation , proceeding from theory to fact , and ...
Category: Political science
He permits himself a closing chapter on what he calls ' The harvest — 1870 to
evolution of educational thinking and 1970 ' but his real interest is in how the one
philosophy from Plato to Piaget , from 500 BC to the present day . This , for a
... physics in Piaget and Bohr. Classical physics, what is often called "Galilean
idealization," consists in believing that an independent entity really exists.
Bringuier: In itself? Prigogine: In itself, and that we can attain to it. Bringuier: As in
Author: Jean-Claude Bringuier
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
Piaget also pointed out that this conception of evolution applied to the evolution
of cognition . While this may appear obvious , the idea that reason evolves has
been opposed by most of the great philosophers , from Plato to Aristotle ...
Author: John Gerard Messerly
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Pub Incorporated
Education and psychology ; Plato , Piaget , and scientific psychology . 210p pa $
16.95 1983 Teachers College Press 370.15 1. Plato 2. Piaget , Jean , 1896-1980
3. Education Philosophy 4. Educational psychology ISBN 0-8077-2717-2 ( pa ) ...
Theoreticians with diverse interests , ontologies and teleologies draw inspiration
from the same root metaphor ; e . g . , the idealist root metaphor of Plato is evident
in the works of Freud and Maslow ; the empiricist root metaphor of Democritus ...
Author: Bruce Bain
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
But in either case Plato has to fall back on an unexplained item , of the same kind
as the rest of the chain , in order to end his regress of explanation . In Piaget , on
the other hand , there comes a stage in the regress where we do not have to ...
Author: Brenda Judge
Category: Representation (Philosophy)
Theoretical Foundations Hans G. Furth, Jean Piaget ... Unfortunately , from Plato
to Husserl , the transcendent subject has constantly changed its appearance ,
without any other progress except that due to the sciences themselves , hence to
Author: Hans G. Furth
Publisher: Prentice Hall
Walberg and Thomas note that they have included Plato in their group of
historical influences , largely as a negative influence , as being completely the
antithesis of open education , for a comparison . In the case of Piaget and open
Author: Teresa Lie Kelley
Category: Open plan schools
... Northwestern University Press , 1963 . Phillips , William ( ed . ) , Art and
Psychoanalysis , * New York , Criteria , 1957 , and New York , Meridian , 1967 ;
esp . Ernst Kris , “ The Contribution and Limitations of Psychoanalysis . ” Piaget ,
Author: Frank A. Tillman
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
In his Republic Plato writes: And is it not true of the good likewise — that the man
who is unable to define his discourse ... Like Plato before him, Jean Piaget has
developed both a philosophy and a psychology of virtue acquisition in general ...
Category: Child psychology
1958. The Growth of Logical Thinking from Childhood to Adolescence . New York
: Basic Books . PIAGET , JEAN , and INHELDER , B. 1971. Mental Imagery in the
Child . London : Routledge and Kegan Paul . DAVID ELKIND PLATO ( 427 ?
Author: James W. Guthrie
Publisher: Macmillan Library Reference