In November, 2004, Jeff Peyton was invited to present two papers at an "Emotions, Learning, and Education" symposium in Copenhagen, Denmark. The meeting was sponsored by the Organization for Economic Cooperation & Development (Paris).

Link to the OECD website where Puppetools is listed as a unique bridge between brain research and its application in the classroom.

The E.L.E. symposium Position Paper by Jeff Peyton

The E.L.E. Symposium Summary.

Two papers presented in Copenhagen

  • 1. Theory of Puppet Play

  • 2. Puppet Play Applications.

Peyton brain-imaging research published in the October, 2005 issue of the Journal of Child Neurology

Theoretical Foundations Paper

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