Oldsters Learn from Observing Youngsters
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Child Development and Family Science
Why do students preparing to teach older children inevitably question the necessity for observing young children, and why do they so often become convinced of its importance after they have observed? Mr. Coffey, assistant professor of child development, Central Washington College of Education, Ellensburg, answers these questions from his experiences with student teachers.
Coffey, H. S. (1940). Oldsters Learn from Observing Youngsters. Childhood Education, 17(4), 177–179. https://doi.org/10.1080/00094056.1940.10725475
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