Geneve : Creuset des Sciences de l'education (fin du XIXe siecle-premiere moitie du XXe Siecle), by Ahlstrand, Kajsa
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- ISBN: 9782600013857 | 2600013857
- Cover: Paperback
- Copyright: 12/31/2010
Geneva became a veritable laboratory for educational sciences at the end of the nineteenth century, with the participation of pedagogues, philosophers, psychologists, doctors, and biologists, as well as unionists, politicians, and donors, all of whom contributed to the "first temple entirely dedicated the knowledge of children," the Rousseau Institute or School of Educational Science. The Institute became a capital of new educational methods, and under Piaget helped advance child psychology. This movement helps understand the various tensions that affect a number of sciences caught between social, professional, political, or economic pressures, in a context where the borders between different disciplines evolve and give birth to new fields of knowledge. French text.