Explain at least two aspects of Piaget’s theoretical views related to social-emotional development. (1–2 paragraphs)

 

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Piaget’s theoretical view is a kind of valid assumption since it really happens in reality. In fact, no person was born with a lot of knowledge inside of his mind, it has to learn in order for its brain to receive ideas and information. Social-emotional development may take place as he involves that a newborn child may never know how to do a certain act as it is still young and it doesn’t know yet how to do it. The hypothesis of Piaget’s is way more logical since it pertains that (a month old kid will not understand how to walk, then when it reach 1 year old it will begin to crawl as it can’t stand up yet with its own, at the age of 2- a child may not begin to stand up but might have a hard time to balance, reaching the 3 years of age the child will now begin to walk but not as straight as what the others can do, then well it attain the age of 4 it already knows how to walk faster and may able to control the movement). Another aspect that his theory possess is substantial due to the fact that it was really happens in the life of everyone, with good practice everything can be mastered it just a matter of time and the development of an individual.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Topic 2: Theories and Concepts Related to the Social-Emotional Developmental Continuum

Explain at least two aspects of Piaget’s theoretical views related to social-emotional development. 

 

LO3: Explain Piaget’s theoretical views as they relate to social-emotional development.

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