ERIC Number: ED063974
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972
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Learning to Live as Neighbors. 1971-1972 Annual Bulletin.
Cohen, Monroe D., Ed.
The 20 articles presented are under three classifications: general philosophy, methodology, and case studies. The articles are: The World House: Building a Qualitative Environment for All the World's Children by Alice Miel; Accepting the Selves of Others: People Around the World by Leonard S. Kenworthy; Universality of Differences by Margaret L. Cormack; The Development of Children's Views of Foreign Peoples by Wallace E. Lambert and Otto Klineberg; Prejudices: Effects on Children by Richard Y. Reed; Valuing the Dignity of Black Children: A Black Teacher Speaks by Deborah Partridge Wolfe; The Teacher as a World Citizen by Marion Edman; The Place of Human Relationships by Howardine G. Hoffman; The Impact of Deprivation on Young Children by Barbara Biber; Pink Is a Good Color...? by June Moss Handler; Folk Art: The Communicants of a Society by Ruth Tooze; Extending the Study of Families by Leonard S. Kenworthy; Concerns for Children Everywhere: Elementary Education in Today's World by Alice Miel; Learning Venture in East Africa by Lorene K. Fox; Language Learning at Rough Rock by Virginia Hoffman; Baffling Questions Abroad by Monroe D. Cohen; American Community School by Zelinda Makepeace; Spanish-Speaking Children Communicate by Clare Kearney Galbraith; Regional Program for Migrant Education by Frances Lopez; and Children Lead the Way by Vilma E. Ujlaki. (LS)
Descriptors: Bulletins, Case Studies, Child Development, Human Relations, Intercultural Programs, International Programs, Language Acquisition, Methods, Philosophy, Problem Solving, Social Attitudes, Social Discrimination, Social Responsibility, Stimulation
Association for Childhood Education International, 3615 Wisconsin Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20016 ($2.75)
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