Learning/academics refers to the _________ domain of development?
Interactions with people & the environment refers to the _________ domain of development?
The body & movement refers to the _________ domain of development?
Processing & understanding feelings refers to the _________ domain of development?
________ representations use manipulatives to introduce a concept.
The symbolic/_____________ stage students draw pictures/symbols to represent a concept.
_________ stage is when students use variables to represent a concept.
Analysis & judgement refers to which cognitive process?
Looking from a new perspective refers to which cognitive process?
Asking questions to gather information to gather information refers to which cognitive process?
__________ & planning: cognitive process involves solving problems & making decisions?
Memory/___________: cognitive process involves providing facts from given information
Writing, running & using scissors are __________ skills that are developed & honed everyday.
Object permanence occurs is which of Piaget's four stages of cognitive development?
Language development & beginning to think symbolically occurs in which of Piagets' four stages of cognitive development?
A student that is understand logical reasoning, not yet understanding abstract thought is in which stage of Piagets' four Stages of Cognitive Development?
Stage of play where a child makes seemingly random movements with no clear purpose &/or observing others without acting?
Playing alone w/ limited interaction among other children is which stage of play?
______ Play/Onlooker Play: stage of play that observes other children playing, but does not play w/ them
Stage of play where a student plays alongside other children, but not in cooperation w/ them
Stage of play when a child plays in cooperation w/ other children in a loosely organized manner; generally developing preferences for playing w/ certain children

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