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ERIC Number: ED028624
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1968
Pages: 31
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The Prepared Environment and Its Relationship to Learning.
Loeffler, Margaret Howard
A proposal to carefully examine some current thinking on early learning and attempts to project their implications into the design of a unique learning facility that would offer a supportive and stimulating environment for young children two to six years of age, providing for their individual needs and differences. The concepts examined were selected because it was felt that within their broad framework could be included a wide and varied range of subject matter that seemed to be relevant to early learning and facility design. The ideas presented should stimulate the thinking of all those concerned with the education of the very young. Included are sections on--(1) dependence, independence, interdependence, (2) early stimulation and learning, (3) manageable complexity, (4) the play of young children, and (5) the role of the teacher. (RK)
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