This program is composed of three segments: "Classification" (1968), in which Robert Karplus and Celia Stendler Lavatelli use Piagetian classification tasks to demonstrate how children's ability to use categories develops during middle childhood; "Conservation" (1968), in which Drs. Karplus and Lavatelli observe and discuss children's different approaches to the performance of tasks dealing with quantity, length, area, and volume; and "Growth of Intelligence in the Preschool Years" (1974), in which Dr. Lavatelli narrates the activities of children as they perform tasks that reveal how intellectual thought develops and manifests itself in early childhood.
Piaget's Developmental Theory: Conservation (1:43) -- Conservation of Liquids (4:48) -- Conservation of Length (3:52) -- Conservation of Area (4:05) -- Transition to Formal Operations-Conservation of Volume (2:28) -- Transition to Formal Operations- Conservation of Volume: Two (3:27) -- Conservation of Volume (4:07) -- Conservation of Volume: Two (2:11) -- Review of Conservation Tasks (1:57) -- Credits:Classic Piaget, Volume 1 (0:44)
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