What is the comparison between Piaget Vygotsky and Bruner's approaches to the developmental psychology of children?


The similarities between Piaget Vygotsky and Bruner's approaches to the developmental psychology of children include, both Bruner and Piaget use schemas which illustrate a systematized arrangement of ideas and conduct. They both state that young people understand through past involvements. The difference between Piaget Vygotsky and Bruner is in the nature of the process and universality of rational arrangements.
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bruner & piaget bot use schemas. they both believe tht children learn through pst experiences.
There are several similarities between Piaget and Vygotsky
As you already know, Piaget and Vygotsky both studied the cognition of children and how this developed from young ages until late adolescence as 'Developmental Psychologists' Both
Vytgofsky actually developed this theory as an anti- intellegince test. Instead of looking at what the child could do academically, he looked at a child's ability to problem-solve
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There are several differences and similarities between Piaget's theory and that of Vygotsky. Piagets theory of development states that a child develops as he or she grows, they get to understand things of their age. Vygotsky's theory states that a child develops through learning and interacting with other children. Some similarities include they are both cognitive theories and they both deal with development.
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