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Fri Mar 21 17:04:04 2014 UTClccn-n500398080.39Früherziehung nach Piaget : wie Kinder Wissen erwerben ; ein Programm zur Förderung der kindlichen Denkoperationen /0.620.86Field projects and problems in educational sociology and social foundations of education108727565n 5003980875020Burns Stendler, Celia 1911-Lavatelli, C., 1911-Lavatelli, CeliaLavatelli, Celia, 1911-Lavatelli, Celia S.Lavatelli, Celia StendlerStendler, Celia 1911-Stendler, Celia BurnsStendler, Celia Burns, 1911-Stendler, Celia Lavaletti.Stendler-Lavaletti, Celia.Stendler-Lavatelli, CeliaStendler-Lavatelli, Celia, 1911-viaf-225012109Martin, William Ellsworth1918-edtlccn-n78093533Piaget, Jean1896-1980lccn-no2002104014Stendler, Faithedtlccn-n50054838Ragan, William B.(William Burk)1896-1971lccn-n80050516Davidson Filmslccn-n85386085Kaltsounis, Theodorelccn-n90669285Moore, Walter J.(Walter James)1911-lccn-n89600404Karplus, Robertlccn-n50023038Shepherd, Gene D.lccn-n80044833Sterling Educational Films, incLavatelli, Celia Stendler1911-Outlines, syllabi, etcHandbooks, manuals, etcChild developmentEducation, Elementary--CurriculaPiaget, Jean,Child psychologyCognition in childrenLearning, Psychology ofChildren--LanguageLanguage arts (Preschool)Education, PreschoolEducation, Preschool--CurriculaTeachingCategorization (Psychology)Genetic epistemologyConservation (Psychology)Conservation of substance (Psychology)United StatesMulticultural educationSocial classesChildrenIntellectEducational sociologyEducation, PrimaryEducation, Primary--Activity programsConstructivism (Education)Developmental psychologyChildren with disabilities--DevelopmentScience--Study and teaching (Secondary)Reasoning in childrenMoral educationPrejudices in childrenSocial perceptionEducation, Primary--CurriculaClass consciousnessPsychologyKnowledge, Theory ofThought and thinkingEducation, Preschool--Activity programsProblem solving in childrenEducation, ElementaryAge and intelligenceChildren--GrowthConcrete operations (Psychology)Categorization (Psychology) in childrenHunt, Joseph McVicker,Memory in childrenPlay assessment (Child psychology)ReasoningKarnes, Merle B.,Lavatelli, Celia Stendler,Spodek, Bernard19111947194919521953195419561957195819591960196319641966196819691970197119721973197419751976197719781980198319902000200320062008680859211136.7HQ772ocn000260714ocn570895930ocn000156708ocn299450402ocn270837385ocn578133302ocn310645544ocn572365190ocn442606438ocn299495039ocn757444156ocn639958226153327ocn000370263book19640.56Lavatelli, Celia StendlerReadings in child behavior and development6788ocn000260073book19590.59Martin, William EllsworthChild behavior and development65118ocn022015754book19700.53Lavatelli, Celia StendlerPiaget's theory applied to an early childhood curriculum59214ocn000156708book19710.59Lavatelli, Celia StendlerLanguage training in early childhood education56511ocn000182318book19530.63Ragan, William BModern elementary curriculum5114ocn000260051book19540.70Martin, William EllsworthReadings in child development3784ocn000260074book19530.70Martin, William EllsworthChild development, the process of growing up in society3744ocn000348249book19720.66Lavatelli, Celia StendlerElementary school curriculum3122ocn000184937book19580.70Lavatelli, Celia StendlerTeaching in the elementary school23111ocn002094640book19530.76Lavatelli, Celia StendlerIntergroup education in kindergarten-primary grades19313ocn000778257book19470.81Lavatelli, Celia StendlerChildren of Brasstown1325ocn023955463visu19720.63Piaget's developmental theory the growth of intelligence in the preschool yearsIllustrates the growth of thinking processes in the preschool years. Children from three to six years of age are presented with tasks that reveal how they are thinking as they sort objects, put them in one-to-one correspondence, or arrange them in order of size. R. Karplus, C.S. Lavatelli. Q. Mills, and R. Peterson12410ocn815773278visu19680.56Karplus, RobertPiaget's developmental theory an overviewShows children responding to tasks that require different mental operations essential to classification. Describes the processes that characterize a child's thinking at successive stages of intellectual development1217ocn012863757visu19660.63Karplus, RobertPiaget's developmental theory conservationShows children in individual interviews when they are presented with tasks involving conservation of quantity, length, area, and volume using standard procedures developed by Swiss psychologist Jean Piaget962ocn000585206book19560.86Lavatelli, Celia StendlerField projects and problems in educational sociology and social foundations of educationOutlines, syllabi, etc717ocn256376453book19760.39Lavatelli, Celia StendlerFrüherziehung nach Piaget : wie Kinder Wissen erwerben ; ein Programm zur Förderung der kindlichen Denkoperationen564ocn808818546visu19680.59The growth of intelligence in the pre-school yearsChildren from infancy to six years of age perform tasks designed by Jean Piaget and his collaborators which reveal how intellectual thought develops and manifests itself in early childhood371ocn181099741visu0.59Classic Piaget collectionThis set of three short films explores aspects of the constructivist theory of knowledge as propounded by Swiss developmental psychologist Jean Piaget. In this theory, Piaget argued that humans generate knowledge and meaning from an interaction between their experiences and their ideas. The first film explores Piagetian classification and how children's ability to use categories develops. The second looks at the Piagetian concept of conservation, using tasks dealing with quantity, length, area, and volume. The third investigates how intellectual thought develops and manifests itself in early childhood281ocn319057356file20080.56Piaget's classic collectionIn Classification, Drs. Robert Karplus and Celia Stendler Lavatelli, use Piagetian classification tasks to demonstrate how children's ability to use categories develops during middle childhood. In Conservation children between the ages of 5 and 12 perform various tasks which illustrate the Piagetian concept of conservation. Karplus and Lavatelli discuss the children's differing approaches to the tasks. The film describes 3 stages in the development of logical intelligence: preoperational, concrete, and the beginning of formal operations, and reveals children's thinking processes at different stages of development. The last film, narrated by Dr. Celia Stendler Lavatelli, shows children from infancy to 6 years of age perform tasks designed by Jean Piaget and his collaborators which reveal how intellectual thought develops and manifests itself in early childhood. Queenie B. Mills also conducts interviews in this film. The film, Formal Reasoning Patterns, illustrates the tasks Dr. Piaget and his collaborators developed to probe the thinking styles of secondary students. Drs. Robert Karplus and Rita Peterson conduct the interviews. In the next film, Memory and Intelligence, Jean Piaget presents his work on this subject at a conference in Kyoto in 1971. Carefully translated English subtitles accompany Dr. Piaget's presentation in French. The film Morality, identifies the progress of moral thinking starting in preschool years and continuing to its unfolding in young adults. Dr. Lawrence Kohlberg's stages are illustrated through an interview conducted by Drs. Susan De Merresmen-Warren and Elliot Turiel236ocn004073411book19700.84Lavatelli, Celia StendlerTeacher's guide to accompany Early childhood curriculum--a Piaget programHandbooks, manuals, etc11ocn009077134visu19760.47Voices in early childhood educationFri Mar 21 15:21:32 EDT 2014batch16693