2-7 Notes- Concrete Operational Stage

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2-7:  The Preoperational Stage -Children in this stage can use  symbols , yet still lack the ability to use many common  thinking operations , such as: - Conservation (small plato, big plato) - Reversibility (once you do something you can undo it) -Children in this stage also commonly make errors due to: - Centration:  the ability to only focus on one variable at a time (splitting the pizza) - Class inclusion:  (more girls than boys, more girls than class?) - Egocentrism:  everyone else knows, sees, and likes the same things you do (doll  drawing) 7-12:  The Concrete Operational Stage -Children in this stage can now handle most complex thinking operations, and can  solve  most problems that deal with concrete, tangible  concepts They no longer make mistakes regarding: - Conversation - Reversibility - Centration - Class inclusion They can now also use: - Seriation :  Putting things in order/Ranking thinks
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  • Spring '14
  • Psychology, Formal Operational Stage, Lev Vygotsky, concrete operational stage, class inclusion, Preoperational Stage ­Children, complex thinking operations

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