Preoperational / Concrete Operational Interview, Selah, 4 Years Old

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Child Psychology - Piaget - Concrete Operational Stage (Interview)

Filmed entirely with an iPhone 6 Plus via YouTube Capture & iMovie Directed by Haeri G. Edited by Sally G. Featuring Jonathan Gim, age 8 End Credits song "I Didn't Mean It", written & performed by The Belle Brigade. Courtesy of Chop Shop, Atlantic, WMG All credits/copyrights for the song go to the respective songwriters, producers and label, etc.

Jean Piaget's Cognitive Development

Module 7 - Ed 102 CAD - Aug. 23, 2012

Piaget - Stage 2 - Preoperational - Lack of Conservation

Piaget - Stage 2 - Preoperational - Lack of Conservation

Concrete Operations (Davidson Films, Inc.)

According to Jean Piaget, intelligence develops in a necessary sequence of stages that are related to age. Piaget's theories have given us profound insights into the cognitive development of children. This knowledge provides a framework for understanding how children think, and for planning educational strategies. Using structured interviews with children from four to nine years old, Dr. David Elkind illustrates the development of transitive thinking and reversibility as children move from the pre-operational to concrete operational stage of cognitive development. Children's construction of the unit concept, so basic to arithmetic and beginning reading, is illustrated in a well-run first grade class. Dr. Elkind also examines some recent criticisms of Piaget's theories. For more information on this film and well as purchasing options, visit

A typical child on Piaget's conservation tasks

A typical 4.5-year-old on Piagetian conservation tasks: number, length, liquid, mass, and area. (Captioning provided by the IT Department at Inver Hills Community College, Inver Grove Heights, MN.)

Child Psychology interview of a 4 year old girl. This interview is designed to examine the child's progress into the Preoperational and Concrete Operational stages of Piaget's stages of child development. Fullerton College.

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