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A Piagetian Curriculum?

There are those who think about creating a “Piagetian curriculum” or “Piagetian teaching methods.” But to my mind these phrases and the activities they represent are contradictions in terms. I see Piaget as the theorist of learning without curriculum and … Continue reading

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A ‘Piagetian curriculum’ is a contradiction in terms!

This is a famous statement by Seymour Papert.

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Kohlberg’s Theory of Moral Development

Moral DevelopmentIn this article the Kohlberg’s Theory of Moral Development is discussed. Kohlberg’s theory is a direct continuation of the Piaget’s work on the same issues. Kohlberg’s methodology, and why he considers structure more important than content are discussed. The key … Continue reading

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