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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