Thinking Small: Where to Learn More

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More detailed discussions of microdevelopment and some of the findings coming out of that study method can be found in these books and articles:

  • Emerging Minds: The Process of Change in Children's Thinking, edited by Robert S. Siegler and published in 1996 by Oxford University Press in New York.
  • "Cognitive Development and Education: From Dynamic General Structure to Specific Learning and Teaching," a paper presented in Chicago at a January meeting of the Spencer Foundation by Kurt W. Fischer and Mary Helen Immordino-Yang.
  • Microdevelopment: Transition Processes in Development and Learning, edited by Nira Granott and Jim Parziale and scheduled to be published this year by Cambridge University Press in New York.

Vol. 21, Issue 32, Page 35

Published in Print: April 24, 2002, as Thinking Small: Where to Learn More
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