Vygotsky Over Piaget
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The paper explores the cognitive development theories of Vygotsky and Piaget. The position is taken that Vygotsky's theory represents a more comprehensive approach taking into account a more active role of the child, a more fluid building block approach to development, and the incorporation of language and cultural context into cognitive development.
From the Paper:"The cognitive development of children is a complex phenomenon not easily explained by any one theory of development. Yet, the theoretical framework offered by Lev Vygotsky offers a more comprehensive and practical understanding of how young children come to understand the world around them than the developmental theory offered by Jean Piaget. Child as Subject-Object The most basic of distinctions between the theories of Piaget and Vygotsky are the place of the child in the world. Piaget views the child purely as the subject within his developmental theory. Piaget focuses on the natural..."
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