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Re: [xmca] Time perception in childhood

Ulvi -- do post the responses you receive, thanks! -- BTW, here in Sweden
the preschool where I am working had a study of time organized by children
... they forces their classmates to "be bored" (do nothing) and timed them,
then forced them to have fun (?) and timed them again, to see if time
really goes faster when you are having fun than when you are bored ... but
then they had to build a time machine to correct some errors in the
calculations.  Beth

On Fri, May 17, 2013 at 12:40 PM, Ulvi İçil <ulvi.icil@gmail.com> wrote:

> Dear all,
> I look for some basic references on time perception by children, how it
> evolves in childhood, how it can be supported via scaffolding, best parent
> approaches to time management for children, relationship with
> self-regulation, how it flows during intended activities (play) and
> unintended (school work for some children) and so on?
> In addition, its relationship with music education (instrument,
> specifically piano education) since I observe that it is a serious problem
> for piano pedagogues to prevent their students mostly from playing fast
> etc.
> I appreciate any recommendation.
> Ulvi
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Beth Ferholt
Assistant Professor
School of Education
Brooklyn College, City University of New York
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