piagets cognitive development, a project of the International Association for Piaget Cognitive Development, will launch in January 2017.
It aims to help children and adults learn to focus on the “why” behind their behaviour, rather than the “how.”
“I think this is one of the most important things we can do as parents, in terms of our children’s development,” said Dr Piagets, who also happens to be the founder of Piagetus, a startup focused on cognitive development and neuroscience.
The project is not limited to children, and it aims to be accessible to all.
“We’re not talking about one-off projects that can’t be replicated with other kids or parents.
We’re talking about something that’s going to work for all kids and adults,” she said.
Piaget, a brand of soft drink and tea, launched in 2014, and has since become a worldwide phenomenon.
Its products are available in 30 countries.
Its website describes the project as:The Piageta Brain has been described as the “largest, most comprehensive brain science project in the world.”
The goal is to help students to “focus on the why” of their behaviour rather than to “what”.
“If you’re not asking questions, you’re never going to learn,” said Piagete.
“The Piags are teaching us to make decisions, and to think logically about our choices, rather just by looking at the numbers,” Dr Piaguet said.
“It’s about using our brain to create our future, rather then asking ourselves, ‘What if?’ or ‘Why?'”.
The team behind Piagetz say they’re confident that the project will prove a successful tool for children.
“If we do it right, it could be the first time we have children use the same method to learn about themselves and their environment,” Dr Gagliardi said.
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