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Piaget’s theories

Piaget’s theories

There is little argument that while not perfect, Piaget’s theories have had a profound impact on the field of cognitive development. Provide an analysis of his model as well as the challenges to it.

In a two- to three-page paper, please include the following components:

Define the four main stages of Piaget’s theory, along with their age ranges
Discuss the three crucial processes by which children move from one stage to another
Focusing on the first three stages, describe one significant limitation of children’s thinking in each
Review the findings of either Diamond or Gelman from your course text in regard to how they challenged an aspect of Piaget’s theory

Please use at least two resources in addition to the course text. Your paper should be two to three pages, plus title and reference pages. Please use proper APA formatting.

ECE 353 Grading Rubric
Assignment: The Piagetian Model
Instructions
There is little argument that while not perfect, Piaget’s theories have had a profound impact on the field of cognitive development. Provide an analysis of his model as well as the challenges to it.
In a two- to three-paper, please include the following components:
?
Define the four main stages of Piaget’s theory, along with their age ranges
?
Discuss the three crucial processes by which children move from one stage to another
?
Focusing on the first three stages, describe one significant limitation of children’s thinking in each
?
Review the findings of either Diamond or Gelman from your course text in regard to how they challenged an aspect of Piaget’s theory
Please use at least two additional resources in addition to the course text. Your paper should be two to three pages, plus title and reference pages. Please use proper APA formatting.
Grading Criteria
The Piagetian Model
8 points possible
Content Criteria

Weight
Defines the four main stages of Piaget’s theory, including age ranges

1.0
Discusses the three crucial processes by which children move from one stage to another

2.0
Describes one limitation of children’s thinking in each of the first three stages

1.5
Reviews the findings of either Diamond or Gelman in regard to how they challenged an aspect of Piaget’s theory
.

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