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ERIC Number: ED141111
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1977-Mar
Pages: 28
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Piaget Applied: Suggestions for Inaction.
Herron, J. Dudley
The intellectual development of students as defined by Piagetian theory is discussed with the implications that the theory and recent research results may have for teaching science. Recommended is conducting small, carefully planned investigations that will lead to a better understanding of: (1) what concepts cause problems and why; (2) what strategies will help in teaching these concepts; (3) what thinking students use as they approach typical problems; and (4) how the thinking process can be improved. Curriculum changes, however, should not be rushed till information of this sort is available. (SL)
Publication Type: Speeches/Meeting Papers
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