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TITLE: Learning through inquiry [videorecording].
DESCRIPTION: 1 video cassette : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
NOTES: Four titles in one tape.
NOTES: 1.) Learning through inquiry (105 min.) -- 2.) Piaget's development theory (17 min.) -- 3.) Behavior theory in practice (18 min.) -- 4.) Behavior modification (40 min.).
NOTES: [Learning through inquiry] Consultants, Richard M. Bingman and Paul G. Koutnik; assistant, Barbara Snowbarge.
NOTES: [Learning through inquiry]--Demonstrates the Inquiry Role Approach Program developed by the Mid-continent Regional Educational Laboratory, Kansas City, Missouri. Participating in the inquiry procedure are the students and staff of various schools in the metropolitan area of Kansas City. The roles of the technical advisor, team coordinator, process evaluator, and data recorder are demonstrated in the program..[Piaget's development theory] --Sorting has become a standard activity in early childhood classrooms. Being able to deal with categories or "classification," is one of the markers of the transition from pre-operatonal thinking to concrete operations and leads to the valuable task of using abstractions. Here children of three different age groups deal with the levels of classification: multiple, logical and hierachical..[Behavior theory in practice]--Presents an explanation, demonstration and long-term follow-up of a major breakthrough in behavioral treatment of young autistic childrens, a girl name Pamela who has been sick since she was 2 yrs old, Ricky and Sheter.--[Behavior theory in practice] Presents two animals, a rat and a dog. Shows and explains how a rat behaves when he is hungry and thirsty.
SUBJECT: Child psychology.
SUBJECT: Child development.
SUBJECT: Behavior modification
SUBJECT: Behavior disorders in children.
SUBJECT: Developmentally disabled children.
SUBJECT: Behaviorism (Psychology)
SUBJECT: Learning--Psychology of
SUBJECT: Education
SUBJECT: Inquiry (Theory of knowledge)
ADDED ENTRY: Lavatelli, Celia Stendler, d 1911-
ADDED ENTRY: Piaget, Jean, d 1896-
ADDED ENTRY: Karplus, Robert, d 1927-1990.
ADDED ENTRY: Piaget's developmental theory (17 min.)
ADDED ENTRY: Behavior theory in practice (18 min.)
ADDED ENTRY: Behavior modification (40 min.)

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