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Dasen (1994) cites studies he conducted in remote parts of the central Australian desert with 8-14 year old Aborigines. He gave them conservation of liquid tasks and spatial awareness tasks. He found that the ability to conserve came later in the aboriginal children, between aged 10 and 13 ( as opposed to between 5 and 7, with Piaget’s Swiss sample). Several aspects of the conservation tasks have been criticized, for example that they fail to take account of the social context of the child&aposs understanding
This Nordic country, I explained, impressed me with its abundance of simple treasures. With saunas summer cottages “baby full of supplies for new parents and Everyman’s Right, which gives everyone permission to roam the forests and countryside Finland is a nation where people know how to live well by living simply.Finnish education is SIMPLE – to find out what those letters stand for, see the article.
Children gain the abilities of conservation (number, area, volume, and reversibility. However, although children can solve problems in a logical fashion, they are typically not able to think abstractly or hypothetically. Most children aged seven could answer this correctly, and Piaget concluded that this showed that by seven years of age children were able to conserve number.