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Cognitive Developmental Theory. Educational Implications. Your Prior Knowledge. Learning Cycle Model. Characteristics of Stage Theory. Piaget’s Theory of Intellectual Development. Criticisms. Stage Theory. NeoPiagetians. Mechanisms of Development. Characteristics of Stage Theory.

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cognitive developmental theory

Cognitive Developmental Theory

Educational Implications

Your Prior Knowledge

Learning Cycle Model

Characteristics of Stage Theory

Piaget’s Theory of Intellectual Development

Criticisms

Stage Theory

NeoPiagetians

Mechanisms of Development

characteristics of stage theory
Characteristics of Stage Theory
  • Active Construction
  • Qualitative Differences
  • Invariant Sequence
  • Universal Stages
  • Competence
  • Ages Approximate Stages
  • Stage Mixture (Decalage)
sensorimotor stage

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SensoriMotor Stage
  • Global
  • Reflexes
  • Curiosity
  • Imitation
  • Object Permanence
  • Egocentrism
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preoperational stage

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PreOperational Stage
  • Symbols
  • Egocentrism
  • Centration
  • Concrete
  • Static
  • Irreversible
  • Absolute
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concrete operational stage

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Concrete Operational Stage
  • Decentration: egocentrism, centration
  • Concrete
  • Dynamic
  • Reversible
  • Reciprocity
  • Relational
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formal operational

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Formal Operational
  • Abstract
  • Hypothetical
  • Systematic
  • Deductive
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5 mechanisms of development

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5 Mechanisms of Development
  • Maturation
  • Physical Experience
  • Logical Mathematical Experience
  • Social Experience
  • Equilibration: assimilation, accommodation, equilibrium
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educational implicatons

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Educational Implicatons
  • Active discovery vs. passive reception
  • Intrinsic Motivation is important
  • Practical learning situations
  • Elaboration not acceleration
  • Develop formal operational thinking
  • Major goals of education = creative & critical thinking
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learning cycle model

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Learning Cycle Model
  • Robert Karplus 1974 (not Kohl)
  • From concrete to abstract thinking
  • 3 Stage Process
  • Exploration
  • Concept Introduction/Development Application
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criticisms of piaget

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Criticisms of Piaget
  • Age-stage approximations invalid
  • Equilibration not necessary for development
  • Too much emphasis on biology
  • Insufficient appreciation for instruction
  • Clinical method problematic
  • Sample problems in early research
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neopiagetian robbie case

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NeoPiagetian: Robbie Case
  • Information Processing + Constructivism
  • Different stages
  • Focus on strategies
  • Domain-specific learning
  • transfer limited to specific domains
  • Qualitative & quantitative changes
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