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ERIC Number: ED197644
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1980
Pages: 107
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
Reasoning, Piaget and Higher Education. Conference Proceedings.
Killian, C. Rodney, Ed.
Papers presented at the 1980 National Conference on Reasoning, Piaget, and Higher Education are presented which address the implications of Piaget's research on the teaching of reasoning skills in higher education. Contents include the following: "Piaget: An Agenda, Not an Answer for the 80s," by Catherine M. Warrick; "Project SOAR," by Jacqueline Hunter et al; "Identifying and Developing Advanced Cognitive Skills Through the Composing Process," by Paul D. Farkas; "Piaget Is Not Enough," by Maureen P. Lancaster; "Piaget and Curriculum," by Susan Hofmann; "DORIS: Development of Reasoning in Science, A Course in Abstract Thinking," by Francis P. Collea and Susan Nummedal; "Background Information and Summary of Presentation--DOORS," by Thomas Campbell et al.; "Adaptation of Cognitive Instructional Approaches to Working with Learning Disabled Students," by Eva Dyer; "ADAPT: Past, Present and Future," by J. A. McShane; "Assumption: Language is the Tool," by Patricia Killian; "Learning Cycles in Chemistry," by Sharon Hahs; "The Search for Mental Structure: Reality or Rhetoric," by Darrell Phillips; "Piagetian Interviews of College Students," by Elizabeth Carpenter and Robert Fuller; "The Learning Cycle in Physics," by Jerry H. Wilson and Gerald O'Halloran; "The Learning Cycle in Earth Science," by Elizabeth Friot; "Workshop on the Role English Teachers Can Assume with Piaget," by Avalon Williams; "Overview of Piagetian Stages with Emphasis on Formal p Operations," by Myra Bookman; and "The Learning Cycle and Reading," by Elaine Cohen. (SW)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: N/A
Identifiers: Piagetian Theory
Note: Papers presented at the National Conference of Reasoning, Piaget, and Higher Education (1st, Denver, CO, April 10-11, 1980).