Piaget believed that children actively organized new information as they adapted to the physical environment around them without the interference of teachers.
Harper played with different shaped blocks as a toddler.
<- Adapting ->
Her past experience with shapes helped her to easily identify her shapes in class as she got older and as her teacher went more in depth.
Piaget that a child would develop their cognitive skills through being social. He also believed that a child’s cognitive thinking is a product of social transmission/processing.
As a teenager,she used these shapes in her Geometry Class! It was easy for her due to her experience, adaption to shapes in her environment.
Piaget also children developed their cognitive thinking skills by processing and/or being transmitted new information in the environment around them.
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