Greg Piaget's Four Stages Of Cognitive Development

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When it comes to Greg’s intellectual development he is in Formal Operational Stage of Piaget’s four stages of cognitive development. At times throughout the book Greg can become the leader and think about situations in a logical manner. This is seen consistently while he is in school. “They don’t come right out and tell you if you’re in the Gifted group or the Easy group, but you can figure it out right away” (Kinney. p 13). Greg is able to identify which students have higher order thinking and which do not base off reading groups. Most students would not think about the groups and continue on with the lesson, “they are able to hypothesize and consider possibilities that are not within their realm of direct experience” (Brighton. p 4). Greg

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