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Anonymous asked in Social SciencePsychology · 1 decade ago

what is concrete learning? this is for child care cognitive development.?

what is concrete learning? this is for child care cognitive development.

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Concrete learning is a way of learning through evidence rather than assumption.

  • 5 years ago

    Cognitive thinking is the ability to take external input (events and information) and known information to form new ways of thinking about and understanding the world around us. So, cognitive development refers to the growth of this ability in your child. An example would be: Let's say your child cannot read as of yet, but he or she watches a commercial for Autozone, which displays the logo from the store front. Later that day, you both are driving down a street and your child recognizes the logo on a local store and says, "That says Autozone!". Even though he or she cannot read, they were able to make the visual association from the commercial to the storefront they saw. That's cognitive development.

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