Jean Piaget's Theory and Stages of Cognitive Development, Clarice,…
Jean Piaget's Theory and Stages of Cognitive Development
It compels to the capability to structure a mental depiction (i.e., a schema) of the object.
Object permanence- knowing that object still exist, even if it is hidden
Birth to 2 years of age
5 senses : Sight, Hearing, Smell, Touch, Taste
Increased Physical mobility = Increased Cognitive Development
During this stage, children demonstrate symbolic or representation thinking.
They’re able to manipulate gestures, words, numbers and images to exemplify real objects in their movement.
Grow more independent to understand and make sense of the world around them
Between 2-4 years of age, young children thinking still have limitations; Egocentrism & Animism
Egocentrism -> Lack or ability to differentiate between their own perspective and other people’s perspective
Animism -> giving ‘life-like’ qualities to non-living things.
‘Life-like’ qualities -> emotions, intentions , abilities
The ability to make a word or an object be situated for something apart from itself.
From 2 to 7 years of age
Piaget's (1936) theory of cognitive development explains how a child constructs a mental model of the world. He disagreed with the idea that intelligence was a fixed trait, and regarded cognitive development as a process which occurs due to biological maturation and interaction with the environment
Three Basic Components To Piaget's Cognitive Theory:
Equilibrium, assimilation, accommodation
Clarice, Aliyah, Iryana, Juraimi (T17)