Piaget and Bruner?

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I grasped the cognitive development theory of both Bruner and Piaget, but I cannot related it to learning. Could you please clear this out for me, if possible? Thank you in advance.:confused:
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I'm not sure what in particular is confusing you but

http://www.simplypsychology.org/piaget.html

http://www.simplypsychology.org/bruner.html
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Piaget's theory is all about learning. Children learn about their environment through assimiliation/accomodation.
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(Original post by EmmaZombie)
I'm not sure what in particular is confusing you but

http://www.simplypsychology.org/piaget.html

http://www.simplypsychology.org/bruner.html
What does Piaget mean by the cognitive development? Is it about one mental process that is of acquisition and intelligence? And is the cognitive development a result of change in the schemata?
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Piaget's theory is all about learning. Children learn about their environment through assimiliation/accomodation.
Are these innate? Or do we learn to use them?
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Are these innate? Or do we learn to use them?
Depends if your asking what Piaget thought, or what is true. I think Piaget would say that the ability to assimilate/accomodate is innate, not sure though. However, for piaget knowledge is generally learned via accomodation/assimilation.
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Assimilation, accomodation, scaffolding
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Assimilation, accomodation, scaffolding, ZPD
I think that those scattered words, won't be of a good to my question.
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Assimilation, accomodation, scaffolding
Scaffolding isn't Piaget. I don't think scaffolding is even Vygotsky (i don't know why a level textbooks attribute scaffolding to vygotsky)...
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What exam board are you sitting the exam with? Only there's no mention of Piaget or Vygotsky in my AQA book... Do I need to know this?
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