Seymour Papert





Seymour Papert


Born
in Pretoria, South Africa
February 29, 1928

Died
July 31, 2016

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Average rating: 4.24 · 528 ratings · 57 reviews · 11 distinct works · Similar authors
Mindstorms: Children, Compu...

4.30 avg rating — 414 ratings — published 1980 — 9 editions
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The Children's Machine: Ret...

4.01 avg rating — 78 ratings — published 1993 — 3 editions
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The Connected Family: Bridg...

4.08 avg rating — 26 ratings — published 1996
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La Maquina De Los Ninos

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Pocket Book of Britain's Wa...

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Jaillissement de l'esprit

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The Behavioral Basis of Per...

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The Anatomy of Judgment

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Constructionism

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Perceptrons: An Introductio...

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More books by Seymour Papert…
“Every maker of video games knows something that the makers of curriculum don't seem to understand. You'll never see a video game being advertised as being easy. Kids who do not like school will tell you it's not because it's too hard. It's because it's--boring”
Seymour Papert

“Generally in life, knowledge is acquired to be used. But school learning more often fits Freire's apt metaphor: knowledge is treated like money, to be put away in a bank for the future.”
Seymour Papert, The Children's Machine: Rethinking School In The Age Of The Computer

“In a classical joke a child stays behind after school to ask a personal question. "Teacher, what did I learn today? " The surprised teacher asks, "Why do you ask that?" and the child replies, "Daddy always asks me and I never know what to say".”
Seymour Papert, The Children's Machine: Rethinking School In The Age Of The Computer