Mary Williamson

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Action in the imaginative sphere, in an imaginary situation, the creation of voluntary intentions, and the formation of real-life plans and volitional motives — all appear in play and make it the highest level of preschool development. The child moves forward essentially through play activity... Play [can] be considered a leading activity that determines(More)
  • Paul Sommers, Research Senior, Daniel J Fellow, Evans, James Petersen, Paul Clark +29 others
  • 2003
Acknowledgements 03 A benchmarking committee consisting of Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) of technology companies, senior staff from large research organizations and private companies, professors, venture capitalists, and lawyers specializing in technology company issues worked with the author and Technology Alliance staff to create this report. The(More)
Poor Aristotle: what opportunities he missed! If only he had applied that marvellous mind to making his ideas about motion more quantitative he would have spotted the contradiction in his ideas about falling bodies. Better still, he could have dropped bodies from towers. Or yet again, timed a pendulum. And how many more fine minds missed these wonderful(More)
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