AMONG ITS OUTSTANDING FEATURES, THE BOOK: *Presents the theory as a system of hypotheses to be submitted to scientific test *Features Piagetian concepts, in objective and neutral language *Discusses Piaget's key metatheoretical concepts such as stage, structure, scheme, etc. Seperate chapters are devoted to each Piaget's four stages: the Sensorimotor Stage, the Preoperational Stage, the Concrete-Operational Stage, and the Formal-Operational Stage *Gives extensive coverage of education-related issues, eg learning. Also, a seperate chapter spells out the theory's instructional recommendations and reviews Piaget-inspired curricula
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Book Description Prentice Hall, 1978. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110136751083