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Ch.8[1] - Metacognition Vygotsky’s Sociocultural Theory...

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Cognitive Development in Early Childhood Chapter 8
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Piaget’s Preoperational Stage Semiotic function Figurative schemes Operative schemes Egocentrism Centration Animism Transductive logic Conservation
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Piaget’s Egocentrism Task
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Piaget’s Conservation Task
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Theory of Mind False belief principle
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Information Processing Short-term storage space Operational efficiency Scripts Metamemory
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Unformatted text preview: Metacognition Vygotsky’s Sociocultural Theory • Zone of proximal development • Scaffolding • Guided participation Language and Intelligence • Fast-mapping • Grammar explosion • Overregulization • Phonological awareness • Invented spelling • Intelligence quotient (IQ) Education • Developmentally appropriate practices • Title 1 • Head Start...
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