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Human Development (2022) 66 (4-5): 260–275.
Published Online: 20 December 2022
...Eleanor Duckworth; Paula K. Hooper; Alythea McKinney; Lisa Schneier In this 50th anniversary of the Jean Piaget Society, we have been asked to celebrate The Having of Wonderful Ideas and Other Essays on Teaching and Learning (Duckworth, 2006) – winner of the 1988 AERA award for outstanding research...
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Human Development (2021) 65 (3): 121–138.
Published Online: 24 June 2021
...Yu Zhang; Su-hua Wang; Shinchieh Duh We provide a framework of analysis for Chinese ways of learning that extends beyond the individual level. The theoretical framework focuses on Confucian principles of xiào (孝, filial piety), guăn (管, to govern), and dào dé guān (道德觀, virtues), which leads us...
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Human Development (2016) 59 (1): 4–25.
Published Online: 09 August 2016
...Claire Tourmen For more than 10 years, we have seen the emergence of new “probabilistic” models of learning. They clearly echo Jean Piaget's works and theories but they also claim to go further. However, references to Piaget are often quick and rarely take the time to explore the rich heritage...
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Human Development (2014) 57 (2-3): 69–81.
Published Online: 16 June 2014
...Barbara Rogoff This article formulates a way of organizing learning opportunities in which children are broadly integrated in the activities of their families and communities and learn by attentively contributing to the endeavors around them, in a multifaceted process termed “Learning by Observing...
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Human Development (2012) 55 (5-6): 348–355.
Published Online: 07 January 2013
...Carol D. Lee In organizing this special issue of Human Development, editors Nasir and Bang have taken on what are undoubtedly among the most compelling questions with regard to opportunity to learn. I appreciate how the editors have chosen to wrestle with these questions since the issues...
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Human Development (2012) 55 (5-6): 340–347.
Published Online: 07 January 2013
.... Culture Learning Race Consequently, when contemporary developmentalists focus on the role of education in the developmental trajectories of marginalized ethnic groups and the poor, it makes perfect sense that while building upon insights accrued in earlier decades, they should feel compelled...
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Human Development (2012) 55 (5-6): 285–301.
Published Online: 07 January 2013
...Na’ilah Suad Nasir; Cyndy R. Snyder; Niral Shah; Kihana Miraya Ross In this article, we theorize the relation between race and schooling and consider the implications for learning. While the body of research on culture and learning has come to define learning as an inherently cultural and social...
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Human Development (1997) 40 (5): 293–319.
Published Online: 21 January 2010
... that the limited resources with which the organism starts its development show positive results, in that they make possible certain kinds of learning which otherwise would be highly problematical. I will start by discussing certain limitations regarding the cognitive structure of the organism. Then, I will discuss...
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Human Development (1997) 40 (2): 74–86.
Published Online: 21 January 2010
... Development The Handbook's Back Pages - and Ours1 William Damon Brown University, Providence, R.I., USA Keyw ords Biological maturation Change and continuity Cognition Culture Developmental theory Emotion Intellectual history Language Learning Morality Perception Social behavior Abstract...
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Human Development (1994) 37 (4): 207–219.
Published Online: 20 January 2010
...Hiroaki Suzuki Two dominant theories of learning – empirical learning and explanation-based learning – are examined critically. It is proposed that analogy is the central mechanism of knowledge acquisition in formal domains. When learning a formula rule, an individual must interpret variables...
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Human Development (1994) 37 (4): 220–232.
Published Online: 20 January 2010
... not only the beginning but the whole process of learning. support of this assertion, the process of becoming an adaptiveproblem solver beyond the initial learning situation is illustrated and examined from the viewpoint of interiorization and generalization. SPS and PPS are also helpful for restructuring...
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Human Development (1995) 38 (1): 2–18.
Published Online: 20 January 2010
... Context Culture Learning Methodology Narrative Person Point of View Stance Paper Human Development 1995:38:2-18 © 1995 S. Karger AG. Basel 0018-716X/95/0381-0002 $ 8.00/0 Mind, Culture, Person: Elements in a Cultural Psychology Joan Lucariello New School for Social Research, New York. N. Y., USA...
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Human Development (1995) 38 (6): 367–372.
Published Online: 20 January 2010
...Barry J. Zimmerman During the last several decades, conceptualizations of learning and development have evolved from simplistic disjunctive views originating with stage theorists, views that underestimated the role of learning in development. Taking the place of these views are contextualist views...
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Human Development (1995) 38 (6): 373–379.
Published Online: 20 January 2010
... to see these theories differently, as cumbersome expressions of a dated biology that needed to be replaced by modern theories of learning and information management. The resulting gain in efficiency that these learning theories achieve, however, is countered by a loss of interest in the original social...
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Human Development (1995) 38 (6): 361–366.
Published Online: 20 January 2010
... the process of development. Learning is a case in point. Learning is a function of the person and has its locus at the individual-psychological level of organization. Both more molecular and more molar levels of organization have their own focal functions and, as with learning, these functions play necessary...
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Human Development (1995) 38 (6): 332–337.
Published Online: 20 January 2010
...James V Wertsch; Richard Sohmer The theoretical framework of Vygotsky entails specific understandings of learning, development, and the goal(s) of development. In Vygotsky’s usage, the term obuchenie , frequently translated as ‘learning’, more accurately indicates the interaction of teacher...
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Human Development (1995) 38 (6): 322–331.
Published Online: 20 January 2010
...Paul van Geert To examine the distinction between learning and development, two different approaches are employed. The first, a semantic approach, distinguishes five dimensions along which development and learning can be compared. Learning and development are seen as two vaguely specified locations...