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    from birth to about two years of age, is sensorimotor. During this stage a child experiences the world through their senses and actions, such as touching, mouthing and seeing. During the sensorimotor stage the developmental phenomena includes object permanence, which is the the awareness that something still exists even when it can’t be seen, and stranger anxiety, when an infant fears an a stranger and seeks the comfort of their parent. The second stage, from age two to six or seven years of…

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    schema about an object or situation. Accommodation occurs when the old schema is not needed or is wrong in a situation and needs to be changed. Piaget’s 4 universal stages include sensorimotor, preoperational, concrete operational, and formal operational. There are also substages to the sensorimotor stage which are reflex schemas(1 month), primary circular reactions(1-4 months), secondary circular reactions(4-8 months), coordinate secondary circular…

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    explore the properties of objects around them; often by placing them in their mouths. Children at this age also begin to recognize simple words such as yes and no. From 18 months to two years old, a child is increasingly verbal and may understand 100 to 150 words and add new words daily. One key component of this stage is that the child begins to understand what Piaget called “object permanence”. The ability to comprehend this concept involves a child realizing that objects do not disappear…

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    developed senses and motor skills, excluding adequate vision and depth perception, they conversely do not grasp an understanding of object permanence. This means that children under the age of two typically will not comprehend that objects can exist even if they are not…

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    Piaget’s Cognitive Development Theory is a standard theory in the field of psychology used to describe how people grow and change with regards to personal reasoning skills. According to the text, Piaget’s cognitive development theory is the “principle that from infancy to adolescence, children progress through four qualitatively different stages of intellectual growth” (Belsky, 2012, p. 22) The four stages (occurring during childhood) developed by Piaget are: Sensorimotor, Preoperations,…

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    indicated the differences between the thinking of children and adults (McLeod). Thus, I want to explore and have a better understanding of the development of children, how they think and learn; as well as how children assimilate things they know with new objects or situation, or accommodate new situation until there…

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    on the cognitive development in children in an attempt to understand the extent and maturation of human intelligence. The first aspect of Piaget 's theory is the formation of schemas. Think of a schema as a category tin which you group similar objects, actions, and situations. Piaget theorized that there were two types of learning: assimilation and accommodation. Assimilation occurs when you are exposed to…

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    substages: simple reflexes, first habits and primary circular reactions, secondary circular reactions, coordination of secondary circular reactions, tertiary circular reactions, novelty, and curiosity, and internalization of schemes. Object permanence is the understanding that objects continue to exist even when they cannot be seen or heard. This is demonstrated in the game of “peek-a-boo”. The child knows that you are still there even if you are covering your face with your hands. The…

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    Since I was young I always wanted the best for my family and myself. I am a hard-working and talented individual, who knows right from wrong in even the most intense situations. I am a football player, with the utmost passion and desire for the game. I am a father, who loves, cares, and provides for his family. And I am a student striving for greatness, and I have an introverted personality that most people greatly appreciate. I challenge myself with long and short term goals everyday, hoping to…

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    Approaches and methods to teaching have been greatly influenced by the conducted research of Lev Vygotsky and Jean Piaget. Both of these psychologists have contributed to the field of education by offering explanations for children 's cognitive abilities and learning styles. While Vyotsky and Piaget may differ on how they view cognitive development in children, both of them offer good proposals on how to teach certain material in a developmentally appropriate manner and in a fitting way. Piaget…

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