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Piaget’s Stages n 3.Concrete Operational Stage (7-11yrs) Can only reason logically about Can Not reason logically about © L. Dickson 2010
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Piaget’s Stages n 4. Formal Operational Stage (12- ) thought: think about things that cannot be reasoning: think about © L. Dickson 2010
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Formal Operational Stage n Logical Reasoning Example n Which combination of 2 clear liquids will result in a colored liquid? A B C D E ? © L. Dickson 2010
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Concrete Operational Thinker A B C D E ? © L. Dickson 2010
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Formal Operational Thinker A B C D E ? © L. Dickson 2010
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Formal Operational Thought n Metacognition: Can monitor own thinking Can imagine others thinking n Can be seen in strategy games ex. Chess memory/learning strategies arguing with parents friendships © L. Dickson 2010
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Formal Operational Thought n Consequences for Personality and Behavior Reality is just one of an unlimited number of possibilities Unsettling, but exciting Enamored with own thinking abilities Metacognition is new Difficulty distinguishing yours and others thoughts © L. Dickson 2010
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Formal Operational Thought n Consequences for Personality and Behavior n David Elkind Imaginary Audience: belief that everyone else is as concerned about you as you are Personal Fable:
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