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Montes González, A. A. (2009). Experimentation, cognitive self-regulation and physics knowledge in early childhood. Acta Colombiana De Psicología, 12(1), 125–133. Retrieved from https://actacolombianapsicologia.ucatolica.edu.co/article/view/337
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Abstract

This paper presents a theoretical approach about experimentation in young children as a scientific tool, a concept researched up to date from different theoretical perspectives In this study, metacognitive self-regulation is propounded as an integrative concept to understand experimentation .Physics, as a privileged domain is used to describe experimentation in young children.

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