A comparison of jean piaget and lev vygotsky in their educational theories
Compare and contrast piaget vygotsky bruner cognitive development theory
Piaget discovers in his theory that thanks to the interaction with the environment we acquire new information. The child seeks to understand the actions or instructions provided by the tutor often the parent or teacher then internalizes the information, using it to guide or regulate their own performance. Perhaps the main criticism of Vygotsky's work concerns the assumption that it is relevant to all cultures. Development of private speech among low-income Appalachian children. Some companies, to support employees in their learning process, are now using electronic performance support systems. That is, the transmission of knowledge of culture is carried out through language, which is the main vehicle of the development process and is what decisively influences cognitive development. Human Growth and Development. According to Vygotsky language plays two critical roles in cognitive development: 1: It is the main means by which adults transmit information to children. By helping students within their zone of proximal development, we offer them useful learning strategies which they internalize and utilize later.
Piaget and Vygotsky had many contrasting views which included Piaget believing that cognitive changes precede linguistic advances, unlike Vygotsky who proposed that language allowed the child a far greater freedom of thought and lead to further cognitive development.
According to Vygotsky language plays two critical roles in cognitive development: 1: It is the main means by which adults transmit information to children. Children are active learners who build knowledge from interaction with their environment.
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Piaget proposed many applicable educational strategies, such as discovery learning with an emphasis on activity and play. Children need constructed guidance to learn and develop.
Children can learn at any point by having the ZPD scaffolded and shaped. After evaluating Piagets and Vygotsky's theories on cognitive development I believe there still more which we can continue to learn and build on with both Piagets and Vygotsky's ideas and theories, especially when applied in education.
Private speech is 'typically defined, in contrast to social speech, as speech addressed to the self not to others for the purpose of self-regulation rather than communication.
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