The Theory of Early Childhood Education
by John E. Anderson - 1947
To understand the education of the young child, something must be known of his world—the society in which he lives—and of his nature, his characteristics, and the manner in which he grows. Knowledge of the manner in which.he gains competence and security through learning underlies insight into his adjustment. The organized experiences which facilitate this adjustment come to the child through the teacher.
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