Unformatted text preview: with project based learning was the centrality of play in children’s learning. While all projects are not all as kinesthetically the same, play and interaction are usually involved in all of them to help socially as well as intellectually. Furthermore, another key concept brought up in this part of article speaks about the flexibility in the curriculum. This is used specifically in short term projects and projects based on current events. Allowing yourself as a teacher to be ready to flexibly change the curriculum or project based on current events or certain circumstances at any moment is key to creating any good project at any level. To conclude, Piaget was a large part in the constructivist movement and still continues to influence education and other theorists today. McLeod, S. A. (2009). Jean Piaget | Cognitive Theory. Retrieved fromhttp:// ...
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- Spring '13
- Developmental Psychology, Theory of cognitive development