constructivist theory (cognative) Piaget

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1. What does Egocentrism mean?

  • Never being themselves and always putting on an acting, making a fake Ego
  • referes to the childs inability to see a situation from anyone elses point of view as all they care about is themselves
  • They care for everyone around them and sympathise with them deeply allowing there ego to be pushed aside
  • They are always the centre of attention
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2. How many stages are there in the Sensory monitor stage?

  • 8: Reflexes, Primary Cicular Reaction, Secondary Circular Reaction, Classification of Identity, Coordinational of reactions, Tertiary Circular Reaction, Animism Representation and the Early Representional Thoughts
  • 2: Reflexes and Early Representational Thoughts
  • 6: Reflexes, Primary Cicular Reaction, Secondary Circular Reaction, Coordinational of reactions, Tertiary Circular Reaction and the Early Representional Thoughts
  • 4: Reflexes, Cirular Reactions, Primary Reactions and Coordination Skills

3. What does Animism mean?

  • When a child only plays with animals because they feel as though they are an animal themself
  • the belief that inaniamte objects are just toys and they realise that they do not exsist and feel like humans
  • This is the beleif that inamnimate objects ave human feelings and intentions
  • When children pretend to be animals so that they can incounter as an animal in roleplay games

4. During the Concrete Operational Stage, what sort of qualities develop?

  • Problem solving, Organisations, Rationalisations, Logical thinking, Maturity
  • Reflexes, Reactions, Cognative development
  • Childish, Messy, No sence of thinking
  • Egocentric, Symbolic representation, Irreversibility

5. What are the 3 main stages in the Adaption process?

  • Assimilation, Accommodation, Equillibration
  • Assimilation, Presentation, Equillibration
  • Assissination, Equility, Housing
  • Assimilated, Prevention, Equilibritation




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