It is my disapproval of our school systems that accounts for this; my dislike for a social structure that promotes neutrality, nondescript actions and a general standardized/conformed view of children. I want to do something to change this, but right now I have no idea of how to do this, and I am often too busy figuring out my own education to worry about the education of others are this point. I feel that although I am not really against "law", per se, I am opposed to the order of the classroom and the social laws implied by our school board.
Lastly, according to Piaget's theories of cognitive development, I believe I am in the formal operational stage, which permeates through adolescence and adulthood. I have a good grasp of abstract thought, and while Piaget's theories claim that only 35% of people actually reach this stage, I like to think that I am starting to grasp it. Most of my capacities are concentrated on mental thought, as my motor and concrete skills are developed to their full potential. I like to draw and write; typically I do well in these subjects. I think I am reaching the end of Piaget's model, and look forward to the next developments I may