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Children actively construct their own knowledge
Piaget
Higher order mental processes are mediated by psycological tools that a culture provides
Vygotsky
pioneered the clinical methods where an adult presents a task or problem to a child and asks a series of questions about it
Piaget
Discovered that children do not think like adults
Piaget
Play provides an arena in which children can practice skills they will need later in life
Piaget

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Vygotsky
Father of the constructivist monement
Piaget
Cognitive development improves as adults work with children in their zone of proximal development
vygotsky
scaffolding, apprenticenship and peer interaction
Vygotsky
focus was on nuture

especially the way in which social and cultural environments foster cognitive growth
Vygotsky
children can perform more advanced tasks when assisted by a competent individual
Vygotsky
theroy is refered to as the sociocultrual persepctive
vygotsky
Equilibration promotes progress towards increasingly more complex levels of thought
Piaget
cognitive developmetn could only proceed after certain genetically controlled neurological changes occurred
piaget
children engage in egocentric speech with little intent ot communicate
Vygotsky
distiguished between a child's actual development level and their level of potential development
Vygotsky

ZPD
play allows children to stretch themselves cognitively and use their imaginations
Vygotsky and Piaget
child'd readiness for a particular task determines the extent to which the task promotes cognitive development
Piaget
challenges in life cause cognitive development
vygotsky
learners are active in social contexts and interactions
Vygotsky
children learn through two complimentary processes of assimilation and accomidation
Piaget
Children engage in private speech which is a self directed tool that aides learning
vygotsky
children often think in different ways at different ages and these stages are universal to all children world wide
piaget
cognitive development involves relating new info to prior knowledge
piaget
children organize learning from experiences into schemes and integrate schemes into operations
Piaget