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    Jean Piaget Research

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    design and children. Piaget believed that children's learning occurs through different stages. Adaption is when children learn through adapting to the environment, in this stage children can experience the world and interact with it thus learning. Seymour Papert, another key figure in this field, developed Piaget's initial idea of this with constructionism. The idea of constructionism is that Piaget also believed that maturation, experience, and emotions were major contributing factors to learning and

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    The Concepts of Play: Marten, Smilansky, and Constructivism American philosopher, writer, and arts and crafts supporter Elbert Hubbard once wrote: “The object of teaching a child is to enable him to get along without a teacher.” It should be our objective as teachers to aid and guide children into becoming self-sufficient, self-motivated, and creative critical thinkers. Parten and Her Stages of Play Mildred Parten (1916-2009) was an American sociologist, theorist, and researcher. Parten is known

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    The theoretical framework, involves the works of Dewey (1916/1997), Papert (1993/2001), Piaget (1973), Vygotsky (1978) and Augustin & Huang, (2002). The use of social constructivism (SC) will play a pivotal role in building collaborative relationships between teachers and their students. In addition, this framework will also apply Swan and Dixon's (2006) teachers’ technology attitude scale (TAS) to determine wireless laptop training needs for K-12 teachers. As anticipated by the theory of social

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    Lego.com Case Study

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    Lego.com Case Study Lego Mindstorms The non-commercial website Lego.com has been an enormous success providing Lego with a strong presence on the Internet. However, implementing a website capable of handling sales transactions requires a great deal more than a non-commercial site. The firm has implemented an ERP system which may provide some technical support for the website. The details of the ERP system are unknown at this time; however, the goal of implementing the system was to optimize

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    Biography Of Henry VIII

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    Henry VIII the Man Who Couldn’t Keep a Wife. Henry VIII was a bad man who got away with beheading two of his wives and based his whole opinion about them on their looks. He had six wives Catherine of Aragon, Anne Boleyn, Jane Seymour, Anne of Cleves, Kathryn Howard, and Katherine Parr. Each wife had a different role in his life and each he loved differently. Henry VIII had a long life with some parts better than others. Henry VIII was born on the 28th of June 1491 at Greenwich Palace (Henry VIII

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    Anne Boleyn: A Brief History Specific Purpose: To inform my audience about the life of Anne Boleyn and the impact she had on the English monarchy. Introduction I. Attention-Getter: "I am come hither to accuse no man, nor to speak anything of that, whereof I am accused and condemned to die, but I pray God save the king and send him long to reign over you, for a gentler nor a more merciful prince was there never: and to me he was ever a good, a gentle and sovereign lord." (Anne Boleyn Bio, 2013)

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    “What’s your name, little girl? They would always ask. “Anuraj”, I would reply sullenly, knowing what the next question would be. “So Anuraj,” they would say, “What do you want to become when you grow up?” “Nothing related to business!” I would always answer. The above exchange had occurred countless times during my childhood. However, it was not until recently that I was reminded of it. Given the point I have arrived at in my life, the certainties of a nine-year-old girl make me smile. Even then

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    Anne Boleyn goes down in history as an important icon whereas in Wolf hall she seems weird and mysterious. When she becomes a queen, she was a vital, charismatic leader with audacity. When Anne become queen, her family was already well known: her father was Thomas Boleyn, 1st Earl of Wiltshire and her mother was lady Elizabeth Howard. History portrays Anne as a remarkable character who may have been an adulteress but not guilty of anything. She was also viewed as an enigmatic figure in history,

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    Henry the Eighth

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    of Parr was ordered arrested by Henry for her radical religious views, but later Henry rescinded the warrant. After that Katherine dared not to dispute with the king. HenryVIII died on January 28,1547,within months Katherine married Thomas Seymour. Seymour later tried to seduce her stepdaughter, Henry's daughter Elizabeth. Henry's last unfortunate wife died from complication of childbirth in 1548.

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    My Lai 4 by Seymour M. Hersh The words "My Lai" will forever be infamous in the annals of American military history, for they denote the site of the event that shames America most in a war she would rather forget. The book in question is an account pieced together by journalist Seymour Hersh of the Associated Press. His account of the incident itself is based entirely upon personal interviews with the men involved, frequently two or three each. Unsurprisingly, given the nature of eyewitness testimony

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