Student : Orientation in Space I

Orientation in space I addresses the poor articulation, differentiation, and respresentation of space that may result from an inability to detach oneself from one's own body position as a reference. It deals with a relative system of reference for localizing objects in space and in relation to one another. As a result of their experience with these tasks, student discover why there are differing points of view in the perception of an object or experience and how to give consideration to an opinion that is different from their own.

  • Definition of problem when no instructionsare given.
  • Hypothetical thinking: "if...then."
  • Use of logic to solve tasks for which the information is not directly provided.
  • Comparison as a strategy for checking one's work.
  • Internalization of the relationship between the elements of the system of reference.

Collections: FIE Standard

Category: Instrument

Type: FIE Standard