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ERIC Number: ED010700
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966
Pages: 224
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Reference Count: 0
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FACILITATING LEARNING AND INDIVIDUAL DEVELOPMENT, TOWARD A THEORY FOR ELEMENTARY GUIDANCE. MINNESOTA GUIDANCE SERIES.
GRAMS, ARMIN
A THEORY UPON WHICH ELEMENTARY GUIDANCE PROGRAMS CAN BE SOUNDLY DESIGNED IS PRESENTED. A MAJOR THEME IS THAT PSYCHOLOGICAL WELL-BEING OR GOOD ADJUSTMENT IS RELATED TO LEARNED, INDIVIDUAL COMPETENCIES SUCH AS COMMUNICATION AND INTERACTION IN DEPTH WITH OTHERS. THE APPROPRIATE CONCERN OF GUIDANCE THEN BECOMES TO FOSTER THESE COMPETENCIES, THUS EMOTIONALLY FREEING THE INDIVIDUAL TO LEARN IN THE CLASS ROOM. THE ROLES OF PARENTS, ELEMENTARY TEACHERS, SPECIALISTS, AND ADMINISTRATORS ARE EXAMINED FROM AN INDIVIDUAL AND TEAM VANTAGE POINT. A SUGGESTED DEMONSTRATION MODEL FOR AN ELEMENTARY GUIDANCE PROGRAM IS INCLUDED. MAJOR EMPHASIS IS THAT THE OBJECTIVE OF VASTLY IMPROVED LEARNING IN YOUNG CHILDREN CAN BE ACHIEVED ONLY AS ALL CONCERNED, INFORMED, AND RESPONSIBLE PARTIES ACCEPT THEIR SHARE OF THE RESPONSIBILITY AND BEND EVERY EFFORT TO PROVIDE THE IMPROVED GUIDANCE FOR THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CHILD. THIS DOCUMENT PRESENTS A COMPREHENSIVE PHILOSOPHY AND RATIONALE FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF GUIDANCE PROGRAMS ON THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL LEVEL. THIS REPORT IS ALSO AVAILABLE FROM THE MINNESOTA STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, DOCUMENTS SECTION, CENTENNIAL BUILDING, ST. PAUL, 55101. (RM)
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Authoring Institution: Minnesota State Dept. of Education, St. Paul.
Identifiers: Minnesota (Saint Paul)