ERIC Number: ED092256
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1973-Feb-16
Reference Count: N/A
Piagetian Theory and Its Implications for the Helping Professions. (Third Invitational Interdisciplinary Seminar, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, February 16, 1973).
Children's Hospital, Los Angeles, CA.; University of Southern California, Los Angeles. School of Education.
This monograph contains the 24 papers presented to the Third Annual UAP (University Affiliated Program) Conference on "Piagetian Theory: The Helping Professions and the School Age Child." Dr. Mary Ann Pulaski gave the major morning address on "The Importance of Ludi Symbolism (Make Believe Play) in Cognitive Development." The afternoon session was divided into nine major areas of research relating to Piagetian theory: (1) Present Status of Formal Operations, (2) Implications of Piaget for the Development of Curriculum, (3) Arithmetic and the Development of Logical Abilities, (4) Development of Moral Judgment in Children, (5) Piaget and Vygotsky, (6) Cognitive Growth and Language, (7) Piaget and Early Education of Handicapped Children, (8) Piaget and the Development of Reading Ability, (9) Piaget and Psychometric Assessment. All conference papers are included in this monograph. (CS)
Descriptors: Arithmetic, Cognitive Development, Cognitive Processes, Conference Reports, Curriculum Development, Developmental Psychology, Early Childhood Education, Handicapped Children, Language Acquisition, Logical Thinking, Moral Development, Psychometrics, Reading Achievement
Piaget Conference Committee, University Affiliated Program, Children's Hospital, P.O. Box 54700, Los Angeles, California 90054 ($4.50)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: Bureau of Education for the Handicapped (DHEW/OE), Washington, DC.; Office of Child Development (DHEW), Washington, DC.; Health Services and Mental Health Administration (DHEW), Rockville, MD. Maternal and Child Health Service.
Authoring Institution: Children's Hospital, Los Angeles, CA.; University of Southern California, Los Angeles. School of Education.