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piagetian

[pī′äzhe′tē·ən]
pertaining to the theories and viewpoints of Piaget.
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Piagetian CI This is a classic test of categorization ability that assesses the capacity to respond to a stimulus as simultaneously belonging to both a class and a superordinate class (Thomas & Horton, 1997).
Two of the hypothetical stories used in this study contained a mismatch between intention and maternal reaction and as Piagetian theory would predict, results indicated that young children tended to ignore intention and focus on outcome when judging maternal fairness.
The elementary education faculty embraced Piagetian (1954) constructivism as the umbrella concept to guide their students' thinking about teaching, explicitly streaming these principles throughout all elementary education courses.
When populations of Year 7 and 8 students are measured on the Piagetian reasoning scale, many have not reached the level of thinking to match the demands of the curriculum (Oliver & Venville, 2016).
In Piagetian psychology the level of cognitive development determines learning; it is impossible to accelerate such evolution through learning, therefore, it is necessary to define the cognitive level before any learning.
thanks to Piagetian processes of assimilation and accommodation);
The theoretical framework guiding the authors' research is drawn from Piagetian, Eriksonian, and Vygotskian theories.
Birgit Szabo, one of the experimenters from the University of Vienna, said that the majority of the eight birds readily and spontaneously solved Transposition, Rotation and Translocation tasks whereas only two out of eight choose immediately and reliably the correct location in the original Piagetian invisible displacement task in which a smaller cup is visiting two of three bigger screens.
As a doctoral student, I had been captivated by Piaget's theories that children pass through four major intellectual development stages, which influenced the federally-funded "lab-centered" curriculum programs of the era--particularly in science and math--and I later wrote chapters on Piagetian psychology for three texts.
Beyond the stage debate: Action, structure, and variability in Piagetian theory and research.
It repeatedly explains the Piagetian constructionist view of learning related to the way teens gain the most out of learning.
It is also presumed that children progressively move closer to this mature conception in a manner that largely mirrors the Piagetian model.