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ERIC Number: ED063974
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972
Pages: 96
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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)
Association for Childhood Education International, 3615 Wisconsin Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20016 ($2.75)
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