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16:13 Mar 22, 2010
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Spanish to English translations [PRO] Certificates, Diplomas, Licenses, CVs / college course name
Spanish term or phrase:Actividad no cognoscitiva I
I think there's a subtle difference between both terms. Cognitivism refers to the process of achieving knowledge through learning processes; this is the child interacting with the enviroment and learning from it. It was also the name of the psycology Piaget developed based on those experiences. Cognitive, I think refers to acquireing knowledge, but not necessarily through learning experiences, you can also achieve knowledge by repetition.
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17:45 Mar 22, 2010
I know that this is a "non-cognitive activity," but this is very strange as the name of a course in English. Do they mean "physical education," possibly? I need some context and explanation, if anyone can provide it. Thank you!
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non-cognitive activity I
Explanation: Puede ser.
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