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Brooke H.
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Study Skills
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Question:

What skills are needed to study effectively?

Brooke H.
Answer:

Having a schedule is crucial to effective studying. It is helpful to manually write down notes into a study guide, then use highlighters to color and organize information. Verbally saying the information aloud is also helpful. If you are able to write, read, speak, and hear information you are more likely to retain it.

Early Childhood Education
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Question:

What is the earliest stage of cognitive development?

Brooke H.
Answer:

The sensorimotor stage occurs from birth to 2 years of age and is the earliest stage of cognitive development. Infants learn about the environment by using their senses and motor skills and they develop objective permanence.

Education
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Question:

What is Piaget's Theory of Cognitive Development and what are the four stages?

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Answer:

Piaget's Theory of Cognitive Development is a child's intellect progress through four stages. The four stages are sensorimotor, preoperational, concrete operational, and formal operational. Piaget believed children learn through active interaction and manipulation of the environment.

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