Las ideas de Bruner: "de la revolución cognitiva" a la "revolución cultural" = Bruner’s pedagogical ideas: from the "cognitive revolution" to the "cultural revolution"

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This article highlights two periods in the life and work of American psychologist Jerome S. Bruner. The first coincides with his staying at Harvard (1945-1972) which we could call his cognitive revolution era” and a second with his teaching done at Oxford (1972-1979) which leads to his current times in the New York Law School. This is what we call his “cultural revolution era.” On both periods in Bruner’s biography there are highlighted contributions done by him that have been a landmark in the development of the Science of Education in the 20th Century and current times. The 'spiral curriculum', the 'scaffolding', the 'educational reform' or the 'reciprocal teaching' are notions described in this article ​
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