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La mente de los niños af Margaret Donaldson
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La mente de los niños (original 1978; udgave 1997)

af Margaret Donaldson

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Developmental psychologist Margaret Donaldson shows that much of the intellectual framework on which we base our teaching is misleading. We both underestimate the astonishing rational powers of young children and ignore the major stumbling block that children face when starting school.Given a setting and a language that makes sense to them in human terms, very young children can perform tasks often thought to be beyond them. The preschool child learns everything in a human situation. Only in school is he asked to acquire skills--reading, writing, arithmetic--isolated from a real-life context. This transition is difficult.The author suggests a range of strategies that parents and schools can adopt to help children. She argues that reading is even more important than we have thought it to be, since learning to read ca actually speed children through the crucial transition.This book is an essential source of guidance for parents and all who contribute to a child's education.… (mere)
Medlem:mariocc
Titel:La mente de los niños
Forfattere:Margaret Donaldson
Info:Madrid Morata 1997
Samlinger:Ciencia, divulgación, Dit bibliotek, Favoritter
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Children's Minds af Margaret Donaldson (1978)

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Developmental psychologist Margaret Donaldson shows that much of the intellectual framework on which we base our teaching is misleading. We both underestimate the astonishing rational powers of young children and ignore the major stumbling block that children face when starting school.Given a setting and a language that makes sense to them in human terms, very young children can perform tasks often thought to be beyond them. The preschool child learns everything in a human situation. Only in school is he asked to acquire skills--reading, writing, arithmetic--isolated from a real-life context. This transition is difficult.The author suggests a range of strategies that parents and schools can adopt to help children. She argues that reading is even more important than we have thought it to be, since learning to read ca actually speed children through the crucial transition.This book is an essential source of guidance for parents and all who contribute to a child's education.

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