Educational Implications & Activities - Jean Piaget
Comment: Four main teaching implications drawn from Piaget's Theories include; a focus on the process of children's thinking, not just its products, a deemphasis on practices aimed at making children adult like in their thinking, recognition of the crucial role of children's self-initiated, active involvement in learning activities, and acceptance of individual differences in developmental progress.
Comment: Examples of Social Constructivist Classroom Activities include; Anchored Instruction, Information Banks, Whole Language, Microworlds, Symbol Pads, and Construction Kits/Simulations. In 'Piaget's classroom', students must be given opportunities to construct knowledge through their own experiences.
How to Apply Piaget's Theory in the Classroom
How to Apply Piaget's Theory in the Classroom Comment: Children ages 2-7 need to be encouraged to learn from their peers and learning from their mistakes. Piaget believe that children develop knowledge about the world through trial and error. Respecting individual interest's, abilities, and limits, is essential.
4 Stages of Intellectual Development In Children
Comment: 4 Major Stages of Intellectual Development In Children: There are four distinct stages of cognitive development that have been specified by Piaget; Sensory, including speech development and growth, pre-operational including language development and understanding of games, period of concrete operations including mental growth, as well as period of formal operations including intellectual development.
Comment: A Comparison of the Five Developmental Perspectives and their Theories (Freud, Piaget, Erikson, Vygotsky, Bandura, etc.). Biological, Psychodynamic, Learning, Cognitive-Developmental, and Contextual perspectives are reviewed as well as the theories they are derived from.
Piaget's Theory of Cognitive Development - Video & Lesson Transcript | Study.com
Comment: Jean Piaget's theory of cognitive development focuses on how learners interact with their environment to develop complex reasoning and knowledge....observe a video focusing on a toddler and child's interactions with the world of cognitive development.
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Comment: At the middle grade stage, most children fall between concrete and formal operational stages. Piaget believed the child would have trouble with deductive logic at this stage. We have to understand that some students may be in the concrete operational stage through 8th grade. Role-playing and hands-on activities are important during this stage. Teaching Social Studies allows for such activities.
Piaget's Stages of Development
Comment: This YouT ube clip of Piaget’s stages of development paints a good picture on how children develop abstract thinking. It is very interesting concept to see that a child will know that two objects are exactly the same in one setting and when you change the setting right in front of them the two objects become different.
A Fabulous Visual Featuring The 6 Thinkers who Transformed Education and Pedagogy
Comment: People of Pedagogy Lev Vygotsky is a behaviourist theorist Jean Piaget is much reputed for his theory of children's cognitive development Brumer's insightsin perceptive abilities of learners and its correlation with the learning motivation. Bloom a thinking continuum to help them define how well a skill or competency is learned or mastered. Gardner's theory of multiple intelligences Erikson's theory of psychosocial development