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ERIC Number: ED014858
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1956
Pages: 7
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Reference Count: 0
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IMPLICATIONS OF CHILD GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT FOR SCHOOL PLANT DESIGN.
CHERRY, RALPH W.
IT IS THE BELIEF OF SOME THAT SCHOOL PLANTS ARE FOR CHILDREN. TO SERVE AS A STUDY GUIDE FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF THIS BELIEF, THIS PAPER PRESENTS PRINCIPLES, NEEDS OF CHILDREN, AND A LIST OF SUGGESTED READING. BASIC PRINCIPLES DISCUSSED ARE--(1) DEVELOPMENT IS A PRODUCT OF TWO FACTORS--LEARNING AND GROWTH, (2) HUMAN GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT FOLLOW AN ORDERLY PATTERN, (3) INDIVIDUALS DIFFER IN RATE, PATTERN, AND ULTIMATE LEVEL OF DEVELOPMENT, AND (4) ALL ASPECTS OF GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT ARE INTERRELATED. A LIST OF CHARACTERISTICS AND NEEDS PECULIAR TO PRIMARY, PRE-ADOLESCENT, AND ADOLESCENT STUDENTS AND A SET OF NEEDS COMMON TO ALL CHILDREN ARE GIVEN. (JT)
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Authoring Institution: Caudill, Rowlett, Scott and Associates, Bryan, TX.
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