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The Children's Machine: Rethinking School In The Age Of The Computer Revised ed. Edition
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He writes passionately about his experiences with schools, children, learning, and their intersections. Drawing from both theoretical and empirical perspectives, Papert lays out the compelling reasons for rethinking education in this Information Age. His words echo those of Piaget and many others that are completely convinced that there is indeed hope for change. Continuing in the tradition of his previous book "Mindstorms: Children, Computers, and Powerful Ideas" and thoroughly describing the further innovative potential of his own Logo program, Papert does not fail to educate, inspire, and provoke his readers. He ends the book with a chapter on what can be done now, and, almost 15 years since its release, his ideas are still relevant.
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This is a very boring book. Not sure why my school required me to read such an outdated publication during the semester.Published 3 months ago by Patrick
This is a classic from the point of view of pedagogy. But let me first give some context. Papert ([...]) is the father of constructionism, LOGO and a lot of powerful ideas. Read morePublished on April 21, 2009 by Eduardo Bellani
This is a good book to read. This was recommended by my academic advisor and Amazon had it for an excellent price. Read morePublished on July 7, 2008 by Damon Hoffman