Cognitive Development - Key Terms

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COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT
Age related changes,linking to thinking ability.
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INVARIANT STAGES
The same stages in a fixed order, which the development of a child's ability to think goes through.
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UNIVERSAL STAGES
The order of the development of thinking that is the same for children everywhere.
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CONSERVATION
The logical rule that the quantity doesn't change, even when things are re-arranged.
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ZONE OF PROXIMAL DEVELOPMENT
The gap between where a child is in their learning and they can potentially get to with the help and support of others.
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The same stages in a fixed order, which the development of a child's ability to think goes through.

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INVARIANT STAGES

Card 3

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The order of the development of thinking that is the same for children everywhere.

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Card 4

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The logical rule that the quantity doesn't change, even when things are re-arranged.

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Card 5

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The gap between where a child is in their learning and they can potentially get to with the help and support of others.

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