Thursday, 28 September 2017


Rerun of a contemporary report

Jean Piaget and András Pető 
met briefly in 1964

This all-too brief report of the encounter between András Pető and Jean Piaget, in 1964, appeared in Conductive World six years ago, since when it has attracted 481 views. It seems worth giving it further exposure for today's readers.

Piaget realised that the results that he saw at the Movement Pedagogic Institute were reached through the use of psychology... Piaget was most interested in the upbringing, because as Piaget this teaching/ upbringing needs to be complex with many parallel lines / ways, directions... As Piaget said goodbye to Dr András Petö, he parted with the wish to read, as soon as possible, printed material about the work of the institute, its observations, and experiences. 

Follow the link below for the full Hungarian original, with its English translation appended as a Comment:

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