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Piaget's theory in everyday work with children

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Consider what age group you hope to work with and reflect on which aspects of Piaget's theory will be the most useful to you in your future career. How will this information be useful in your everyday work with children? Will it change your expectations for children? For yourself? Please answer all the prompts.

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Consider what age group you hope to work with and reflect on which aspects of Piaget's theory will be the most useful to you in your future career. How will this information be useful in your everyday work with children? Will it change your expectations for children? For yourself? Please answer all the prompts.
- This Sensorimotor stage is the first stage of perception development followed by preoperational stage, and these stages are important for young children as the sensorimotor stage from birth until age 2 is necessary for perception development and the preoperational ...

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