1. Continue the previous applications but with more complexity and difficulty. Still use diagrams but let the students explain and interpret these themselves.
2. Have open discussions, symposiums, panels and debates.
3. Be open to "out of this world" questions and ideas from the students. Explore what ifs.
4. Encourage reflective thinking. Give a topic then let the students share their perspectives.
5. Give a problem and discuss with them possible solutions. It will be more meaningful if problems are related to students' lives and environment.
Haaay... At least I'm done with explaining all about Piaget. I hope I have discussed this as simply but as credible as possible. The next will be what I will call LET Tips. In these posts, I will be discussing possible questions related to a certain topic in which in this case, will be still about Piaget Theory of Cognitive Development. So just watch out for it....