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Leadership for educational psychologists : principles & practicalities
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ISBN: 9781119628606 1119628601 Year: 2020 Publisher: Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell,

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Vygotsky the teacher : a companion to his psychology for teachers and other practitioners
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ISBN: 9780367195410 9780367195403 Year: 2021 Publisher: Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge,

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"This highly accessible guide to the varied aspects of Vygotsky's psychology emphasises his abiding interest in education. Vygotsky was a teacher, a researcher and educational psychologist who worked in special needs education, and his interest in pedagogy was fundamental to all his work. Vygotsky the Teacher analyses and discusses the full range of his ideas and their far-reaching educational implications. Drawing on new work, research and fresh translations, this unique text foregrounds key Vygotskian perspectives on play, imagination and creativity, poetry, literature and drama, the emotions, and the role of language in the development of thought. It explains the textual issues surrounding Vygotsky's publications that have, until recently, obscured some of the theoretical links between his ideas. It underlines Vygotsky's determination to create a psychology that is capable of explaining all aspects of the development of mind. Vygotsky the Teacher is essential reading for students on education and psychology courses at all levels, and for all practitioners wanting to know more about Vygotsky's theories and their roots in research and practice. It offers a unique road map of his work, connecting its different aspects, and placing them in the context of his life and the times in which he lived"--


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Ovide Decroly (1871-1932) : une approche atypique?
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ISBN: 9781553396765 1553396766 Year: 2022 Publisher: Kingston (Canada) Theory and History of Education International Research Group

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Un pèlerinage psycho-pédagogique aux États-Unis : carnet de voyage de Raymond Buyse, 1922 = an educational pilgrimage to the United States : travel diary of Raymond Buyse, 1922
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ISBN: 9461661223 9789461661227 9789058678751 905867875X Year: 2011 Publisher: Leuven, Belgium : Leuven University Press,

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In 1922, Raymond Buyse, a young Belgian 'pedologist', undertook, together with the famous Dr. Ovide Decroly, a study tour of the United States of America. Both were interested in the 'scientific' study of the child and especially in applied American psychology. They met well-known American professors and visited universities that were developing these aspects of educational psychology. Back in Belgium, they dedicated several books and articles to the issues discussed during the trip. Less known is that Raymond Buyse noted his impressions and reflections of the trip in a diary. Buyse writes in a lively style about his encounters with the 'great' psychologists and pedagogues of that time and in doing so this diary adds a new dimension to the study of the history of educational psychology in Belgium and far beyond.


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An educational pelgrimage to the United States : travel diary of Raymond Buyse, 1922
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ISBN: 9789058678751 905867875X Year: 2011 Volume: 46 Publisher: Leuven Leuven University Press

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In 1922, Raymond Buyse, a young Belgian 'pedologist', undertook, together with the famous Dr. Ovide Decroly, a study tour of the United States of America. Both were interested in the 'scientific' study of the child and especially in applied American psychology. They met well-known American professors and visited universities that were developing these aspects of educational psychology. Back in Belgium, they dedicated several books and articles to the issues discussed during the trip. Less known is that Raymond Buyse noted his impressions and reflections of the trip in a diary. Buyse writes in a lively style about his encounters with the 'great' psychologists and pedagogues of that time and in doing so this diary adds a new dimension to the study of the history of educational psychology in Belgium and far beyond.

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