PIAGET’S THEORY OF COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT ADOLESCENCE
THUS LIFE BEGINS B eginning of Physical, Emotional and Cognitive development. Kalem, 19 months with mother, Fiona
“ Goodness-of-fit  ” How temperament and environment can produce favorable outcomes. Bela with her parents.
ADOLESCENCE PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT Explosion of new motor skills occurs in early adolescence. Amber’s son Curtis and Jay, bo...
PUBERTY Within a few years the body of the school age child is transformed into that of a full grown adult. Jay, Grace, he...
EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT   Mutual-Understanding, Loyalty and Intimacy
EMOTIONAL PROBLEMS Many young people move through adolescence with disturbances like anger, depression and delinquency.
COGNITIVE CHANGES Self consciousness and self focusing. Jay and Meena in their adolescence.
Piaget’s hypthetico-deductive reasoning Problem solving begins with possibility and proceeds to reality.
IDEALISM AND CRITICISM Adolescents’ capacity to think about possibilities opens up the world of abstract & idealism.
DECISION MAKING Young people learn from their successes and failures consequently their confidence and performance improve.
Thank you A Presentation by: Amber Fiona  Grace Meena Courtesy : Family Albums, various sites in internet and theories of ...
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  1. 1. PIAGET’S THEORY OF COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT ADOLESCENCE
  2. 2. THUS LIFE BEGINS B eginning of Physical, Emotional and Cognitive development. Kalem, 19 months with mother, Fiona
  3. 3. “ Goodness-of-fit ” How temperament and environment can produce favorable outcomes. Bela with her parents.
  4. 4. ADOLESCENCE PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT Explosion of new motor skills occurs in early adolescence. Amber’s son Curtis and Jay, both 11 years.
  5. 5. PUBERTY Within a few years the body of the school age child is transformed into that of a full grown adult. Jay, Grace, her friend and Harry Potter show hormonal changes.
  6. 6. EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT Mutual-Understanding, Loyalty and Intimacy
  7. 7. EMOTIONAL PROBLEMS Many young people move through adolescence with disturbances like anger, depression and delinquency.
  8. 8. COGNITIVE CHANGES Self consciousness and self focusing. Jay and Meena in their adolescence.
  9. 9. Piaget’s hypthetico-deductive reasoning Problem solving begins with possibility and proceeds to reality.
  10. 10. IDEALISM AND CRITICISM Adolescents’ capacity to think about possibilities opens up the world of abstract & idealism.
  11. 11. DECISION MAKING Young people learn from their successes and failures consequently their confidence and performance improve.
  12. 12. Thank you A Presentation by: Amber Fiona Grace Meena Courtesy : Family Albums, various sites in internet and theories of Piaget, Erikson…….
  13. 13. ADOLESCENCE VIDEO

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