11-1 Lecture - • Child-expert team • Human cognition is based in social and linguistic interactions • Sociocultural theory Progression of

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SESP 201: Piaget SESP 201: Piaget Chapter 6 Chapter 6 Wednesday, November 1 Wednesday, November 1
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Today Talk about Friday’s activity Pass back Midterm
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Review: Friday’s Activity What did you think? Did you observe the domains you thought you would? What do you wish you could have seen, but didn’t? Need to guess age of child in months .
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Piaget: A Constructivist How does “knowing” develop? Sensorimotor: birth-2 years Preoperational: 2-7 years Concrete operational: 7-11 years Formal operational: 11 years-older
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Formal Operational Stage: 11 Years and Older Hypothetico-deductive reasoning Propositional thought This period allows . . . self-focusing; idealism; criticism; decision-making.
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Piaget’s Contributions to Education Learning by discovery and exploration Sensitivity to children’s readiness to learn Acceptance of individual differences
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Vygotsky’s Sociocultural Theory
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Unformatted text preview: • Child-expert team • Human cognition is based in social and linguistic interactions. • Sociocultural theory? Progression of Cognition • Basic perceptual, attention, memory capacities allow child to interact with environment (birth-2 yrs) • Rapid growth of language leads to profound change in thinking (2 yrs +) • Social dialogues with “experts” allow children to master culturally important tasks (Preschool +) Vygotsky: Key Terms • Private speech • Zone of proximal development • Scaffolding • Guided participation Vygotsky’s Contributions to Education • Promotes “assisted discovery” and “peer collaboration.” • Reciprocal teaching Midterm • 90-100 = A (16) • 80-90 = B (9) • 70-80 = C (12) • 60-70 = D (2) For Friday • Adolescent Development • Physical realm: pp. 171-181; 197-214 • Chapter 11: pp. 437-448; 456-462...
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This note was uploaded on 05/05/2008 for the course POLI_SCI 221 taught by Professor Galvin during the Fall '07 term at Northwestern.

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11-1 Lecture - • Child-expert team • Human cognition is based in social and linguistic interactions • Sociocultural theory Progression of

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