Jean piaget

Explore the groundbreaking theories of Jean Piaget and gain a deeper understanding of how children learn and develop. Discover key concepts and practical applications for parents and educators.
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Jean Piaget | Biography, Theory, & Facts

Jean Piaget, Swiss psychologist who was the first to make a systematic study of the acquisition of understanding in children. He is thought by many to have been the major figure in 20th-century developmental psychology. Learn more about his career and his theory concerning child development.

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Jean Piaget was born in 1896 in Switzerland, and he died in 1980. His background was in biology and he became especially fascinated with studying the psychological development of children. Piaget was a transformational researcher in the field of child developmental psychology. In fact, he is still, to this day, the most cited psychologist in the field. So what exactly did Piaget do? How did he change our understanding of human brain development from infancy to adulthood? In this edition…

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Jean Piaget

Jean Piaget was a Swiss philosopher and natural scientist, well known for his work studying children, his theory of cognitive development and for his epistemological view called "genetic epistemology." The very great importance he attached to the education of children made him declare in 1934 in his role as Director of the International Bureau of Education that ‘only education is capable of saving our societies from possible collapse, whether violent, or gradual’. In 1955 he created the…

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