Lesson 18.1 Review and Assessment
Explain how wiring and pruning in the prefrontal cortex affect school-age children’s thinking and decision-making skills.
List three specific skills that help school-age children access their explicit and implicit memories.
Explain how children progress from the concrete operational stage to the formal operational stage.
Choose one obstacle to logical thought and describe how children overcome this obstacle during the school-age years.
Summarize Vygotsky’s ideas about school-age children’s learning.
Describe the difference between Piaget’s and Vygotsky’s ideas about the role of language in learning.
List the different intelligences that make up Gardner’s theory of multiple intelligences.
Why would overdevelopment in the brain’s
lead to poor decision-making skills? Write your answer as if you were explaining to an older school-age child.
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