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24 February, 12:05

Davina attends school regularly and has made great strides in her understanding of material in her science classes. Being able to reason more like a mature adult, Davina is in which of Piaget's developmental stages? a. Formal operationalb. Concrete operationalc. Sensorimotord. Preoperational

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  1. 24 February, 12:37
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    a. Formal operational.

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    The formal operational stage is the fourth and final stage of cognitive development according to Jean Piaget. This stage approximately starts at the age of twelve and last into adulthood. At this stage, the children tend to think more advanced and abstract. Children would able to understand theoretical concepts and their practical application in real life. They can use their creativity to form new concepts.
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