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Title: THINKING AND CONCEPTS: VYGOTSKY`S THEORY OF CHILD CONCEPT FORMATION
Authors: Wu, Li-Yuan
Keywords: Thinking;Concept;Image;Symbol;Language
Date: 2015
Issue Date: 2017-04-24T10:05:09Z
Abstract: Children`s thinking and concept formation would contribute to their creativity and capacity for problem solving. In this article, Vygotsky`s theory of children`s concept formation was discussed with respect to children`s formation of synthetic images and thinking in complexes on their way toward to the formation of potential concepts and real concepts. Educators of young children may provide young children with developmentally appropriate services and activities such as play and drawing, which may be arranged in such a way that children`s formation of thinking and concepts may be enhanced through the use of languages and other symbol systems not merely on their own, but under adult guidance or in collaboration with more capable peers as well.
Relation: Review of Global Management and Service Science, 5: 1-7
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