3223 Agenda 4 Conservation & Assessment

3223 Agenda 4 Conservation & Assessment - Piagets 4...

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Piaget’s 4 periods of cognitive growth and development Piaget’s 4 periods of cognitive growth and development 1. Sensorimotor (birth to age two) 2. Preoperational (ages 2-7) Children are __________________. They think of everything as it relates to them. They gather ______________________ from their experiences. Telling is more/ less effective than active exploration. Children must accommodate (_________) new information in order to understand it. They don’t have the ability to complete conservation tasks. Centration is______________________________________________________________________ ________ 3. Concrete Operational (ages 7-11) Children become _____________________. They are beginning to think abstractly. Conservation is________________________________________________________________ ________ 4. Formal Operations (ages 11 to adulthood) 5. Video- (also on D2L) & DISCUSS CONSERVATION ASSIGNMENT Ways to Assess Students Methods Observation Watching and recording what a child does. This can
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This note was uploaded on 10/11/2011 for the course HDFS 3223 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '11 term at Oklahoma State.

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