Eleanor Ruth Duckworth (born 1935) is a teacher, teacher educator, and educational theorist. She is named after Eleanor Roosevelt. Duckworth earned her Ph.D. (Docteur en sciences de l'éducation) at the Université de Genève in 1977. She grounds her work in Jean Piaget and Bärbel Inhelder's insights into the nature and development of understanding and intelligence and in their clinical interview method. Duckworth also has been an elementary school teacher. Her participation in the 1960s curriculum development projects Elementary Science Study and African Primary Science Program was germinal for her insights and practices in exploratory methods in teaching and learning. She has conducted teacher education and program evaluation in the United States, Europe, Latin America, Africa, Asia and her

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  • Eleanor Ruth Duckworth (Montreal, 1935 -) es una teórica de la educación canadiense, especialista en psicología cognitiva desde una perspectiva constructivista, ex alumna, colega, traductora e intérprete de Jean Piaget. Fue profesora de la Harvard Graduate School of Education (Facultad de Educación de la Universidad de Harvard). Duckworth obtuvo su doctorado en Ciencias de la Educación en la Universidad de Ginebra en 1977, fundamentando sus investigaciones en las teorías de Jean Piaget y Bärbel Inhelder sobre la naturaleza y desarrollo de la comprensión y la inteligencia y en su método de investigación clínica. Ha desarrollado el método de la entrevista clínica de la escuela de Ginebra en un método de enseñanza-investigación denominado critical exploration ("exploración crítica"). También ha sido maestra de escuela primaria. Su participación en programas educativos de los años sesenta (Elementary Science Study y African Primary Science Program) fue germinal para sus ideas y prácticas en los métodos de exploración en la enseñanza y el aprendizaje. Ha intervenido en programas de formación del profesorado y evaluación en países de todo el mundo. Interviene en organizaciones progresistas como United for Justice with Peace y Critical Explorers. (es)
  • Eleanor Ruth Duckworth (born 1935) is a teacher, teacher educator, and educational theorist. She is named after Eleanor Roosevelt. Duckworth earned her Ph.D. (Docteur en sciences de l'éducation) at the Université de Genève in 1977. She grounds her work in Jean Piaget and Bärbel Inhelder's insights into the nature and development of understanding and intelligence and in their clinical interview method. Duckworth also has been an elementary school teacher. Her participation in the 1960s curriculum development projects Elementary Science Study and African Primary Science Program was germinal for her insights and practices in exploratory methods in teaching and learning. She has conducted teacher education and program evaluation in the United States, Europe, Latin America, Africa, Asia and her native Canada. Duckworth is also a coordinator with Cambridge United for Justice with Peace and a performing modern dancer. (en)
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  • Eleanor Ruth Duckworth (Montreal, 1935 -) es una teórica de la educación canadiense, especialista en psicología cognitiva desde una perspectiva constructivista, ex alumna, colega, traductora e intérprete de Jean Piaget. Fue profesora de la Harvard Graduate School of Education (Facultad de Educación de la Universidad de Harvard). (es)
  • Eleanor Ruth Duckworth (born 1935) is a teacher, teacher educator, and educational theorist. She is named after Eleanor Roosevelt. Duckworth earned her Ph.D. (Docteur en sciences de l'éducation) at the Université de Genève in 1977. She grounds her work in Jean Piaget and Bärbel Inhelder's insights into the nature and development of understanding and intelligence and in their clinical interview method. Duckworth also has been an elementary school teacher. Her participation in the 1960s curriculum development projects Elementary Science Study and African Primary Science Program was germinal for her insights and practices in exploratory methods in teaching and learning. She has conducted teacher education and program evaluation in the United States, Europe, Latin America, Africa, Asia and her (en)
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