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Piaget’S Theory Of Cognitive Development
Piaget’S Theory Of Cognitive Development
Piaget’S Theory Of Cognitive Development
Piaget’S Theory Of Cognitive Development
Piaget’S Theory Of Cognitive Development
Piaget’S Theory Of Cognitive Development
Piaget’S Theory Of Cognitive Development
Piaget’S Theory Of Cognitive Development
Piaget’S Theory Of Cognitive Development
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Piaget’S Theory Of Cognitive Development

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  • 1. Piaget’s Theory of cognitive Development
  • 2. 4 Stages of Cognitive Development
    Sensorimotor Stage
    Preoperational Stage
    Concrete Operational Stage
    Formal Operational Stage
  • 3. Sensorimotor StageAges: birth to 2
    Sensory perceptions
    Motor activities
    Infant trying to make sense of the world
  • 4. Sub Stages of the sensorimotor stage
    Reflexes (0-1 month)
    Primary Circular Reactions (1-4 months)
    Secondary Circular Reactions (4-8 months)
    Coordination of Reactions (8-12 months)
    Tertiary Circular Reactions (12-18 months)
    Early Representational Thought (18-24 months)
  • 5. Preoperational Stageages:2 to 6
    Language Development
    Egocentrism
    Conservation
    Increase in role playing
    Children will use their imagination(ex: pretending an old box is a house)
  • 6. Preoperational Stage
    Egocentrism:
    - The inability of the child to view things from another perspective other than their own
    Conservation:
    - The awareness that altering a substance’s appearance does not change its basic properties
  • 7. Conservation
  • 8. Concrete operational stageages: 7 to 11
    Use of logic
    Think logically of concrete events
    Difficulty understanding hypothetical concepts
    Elimination of egocentrism
  • 9. Processes During this stage:
    Seriation
    Transitivity
    Classification
    Decentering
    Reversibilty
  • 10. Formal Operational StageAges: 12 to adulthood
    Think about abstract concepts
    Systematic Planning
    Deductive Reasoning
    Problem Solving

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