27.The ability to mentally record the process of change from : 1200643.
27.The ability to mentally record the process of change from one state to another–such as mentally recording a clay ball being flattened–is called:
28.The idea that the “amount” of some substance stays the same regardless of its shape or the number of pieces into which it is divided is called:
29.The process of ordering of objects according to increasing length, weight, or volume is called:
30.When teachers work with children, Piaget would most strongly advocate which of the following?
b.Video and vicarious experience
c.Texts with logical systematic teacher presentations
d.Lectures and explanations of content to be learned.
31.Of the following, which is the best description of the state of typical kindergartners’ cognitive development?
a.Their thinking is limited to the motor processing of information.
b.Their thinking is dominated by their perception of concrete objects.
c.Their thinking is logical if they are presented with concrete experiences.
d.Their thinking is logical if they are able to work together in pairs or small groups.
32.Most students during kindergarten and first grade are at what stage of cognitive development?
33.According to Piaget, the typical 8-year-old is in which stage of development?
34.According to Piaget, at which stage does symbolic thought emerge?
35.The ability to infer a relationship between two objects based on knowledge of their relationship with a third object is defined as:
36.Which of the following is not a characteristic of formal thought?