Promoting Logical Reasoning & Scientific Problem Solving in Students

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A ten-year-old would most likely be at which level of development according to Piaget?

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1. A high school student, who is capable of reasoning in abstractions, would most likely be at which stage of development according to Piaget?

2. An example of teaching logic in a mathematics class would be an example of teaching logic because:

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

The practice of promoting logical reasoning and scientific problem solving in students is the subject of this quiz and worksheet combination. You will find questions about the appropriate level for a ten year old, according to Piaget, as well as how to format lessons when teaching logic.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

You are asked about the following topics in the questions of the quiz:

  • The development level for high school students who are capable of abstract reasoning
  • An example of teaching logic in math
  • Students applying logic in the context of science
  • The format of lessons for teaching logic

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - remember what you have learned about the format of logic lessons
  • Making connections - see why mathematics class is considered teaching logic
  • Knowledge application - use what you know to answer questions about the likely developmental stage of a high school student

Additional Learning

For more info, check out the lesson titled Promoting Logical Reasoning & Scientific Problem Solving in Students. With it, you can review the following additional subjects:

  • Systematic thinking
  • Mathematical sequences
  • Kinesthetic logic
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