"Educating today's children: focus on early childhood. Appropriate curriculum for early childhood"
Joint Conference on Early Childhood Education, Portland State University, 1976
1 hour 47 minutes
Elkind, an American child psychologist and author, held positions as Professor of Psychology at Tufts University and University of Rochester. His research built upon the theory of Jean Piaget. In this lecture, Elkin addressed how the child's vision of reality differs from adult perception.
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Early childhood education, Psychology
Reel to reel, 3.75 ips, 2 track, mono
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Elkind, David, ""Educating today's children: focus on early childhood. Appropriate curriculum for early childhood"" (1976). Special Collections: Oregon Public Speakers. 151.