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Albaiz, Najla Essa; Ernest, James M. – Childhood Education, 2015
Discipline and behavior modification in schools is a culturally dependent and sensitive subject. Despite research demonstrating that corporal punishment is not effective, it remains a common practice in over 70 countries worldwide. School discipline practices vary widely around the world and even within national borders. While physical punishment…
Descriptors: Kindergarten, Moral Development, Moral Values, Child Development
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Aldridge, Jerry; Kohler, Maxie – Childhood Education, 2009
Issues concerning the health and safety of children and youth occur at multiple levels. Bronfenbrenner (1995) proposed an ecological systems approach in which multiple systems interact to enhance or diminish children's development. The same systems are at work in health promotion. The authors present and review articles that reflect the multiple…
Descriptors: Health Promotion, Child Health, Systems Approach, Child Safety
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O'Brien, Thomas C. – Childhood Education, 1974
Relational thinking is suggested as a major goal of elementary mathematics education and some problems purporting to induce relational thinking are suggested. (CS)
Descriptors: Abstract Reasoning, Child Psychology, Developmental Psychology, Early Childhood Education