Cognitive Development

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Stages that are in the same fixed order and do not change.
INVARIANT
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Stages that all children go through regardless of location or upbringing.
UNIVERSAL
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An organised block of knowledge of all information about an object or activity.
SCHEMA
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Adapting a schema in a similar situation.
ASSIMILATION
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When children change/adapt their schema to use it in a new situation.
ACCOMMODATION
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A tendency to focus on only one aspect of a situation.
CENTRATION
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An ability to see more than one aspect of a situation.
DECENTRATION
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A study to investigate ego-centrism.
THREE MOUNTAINS STUDY
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What is the Core Study of Cognitive?
CONSERVATION OF NUMBER
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The first stage of Piaget's Theory.
SENSORI MOTOR STAGE
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The second stage of Piaget's Theory.
PREOPERATIONAL STAGE
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The third stage of Piaget's Theory.
CONCRETE OPERATIONAL STAGE
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The fourth stage of Piaget's Theory.
FORMAL OPERATIONAL STAGE
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The gap between where you have developed and where you need to develop to.
ZONE OF PROXIMAL DEVELOPMENT
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What did the Alternate Theory call children?
APPRENTICES
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What is the Alternate Theory of Cognitive Development?
VYGOTSKY
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What is the Core Theory of Cognitive Development?
PIAGET
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When difficult ideas are presented simply and then added to gradually.
SPIRAL CURRICULUM
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A supportive framework of education.
SCAFFOLDING
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