Cognition & Play1-29

Cognition & Play1-29 - Cognition and Play Piaget and...

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Cognition and Play Piaget and his stages Vygotsky and the developmental ZPD Bruner and problem solving
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Piaget: Play as Cognitively Assimilating Experience Stage 1: Functional (Exploratory, Sensory-motor) Activity Stage 2: Symbolic Play(Construction, and Role Play): Representing Experience Stage 3: Games with Rules
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Play is Social, but how? Parten on Social Participation Corsaro on Creating Peer Culture
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Corsaro on Social Play Talk Type of utterance reflects social status and creates social status.
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Cognitive Theories: 1. Lev Vygotsky Play serves many functions Play is gratification Play has a set of rules that we must follow Play leads to new learning (Zone of Proximal Development) Toys are pivots Play has stages 1896-1934
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Vygotsky’s Theory Gratification Children have a desire that they cannot fulfill, they gratify that desire through play Rules Each play activity has rules that the child must follow even if they do not want to Paradox of Play Different from Piaget who saw children as egocentric not social
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Zone of Proximal Development When playing the child can do something they would not be able to do without play; different from Piaget Toys Toys help make the external/internal Stages Similar-looking to Piaget (0-3 no play, 3-7
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