The authors point out that pre-school stands at the intersection between the informal socialisation of the home and the more disciplined learning which takes place at school. They recognise that parents are educators and play a prominent part in the intellectual and social development of their children.
Pre-school Learning in the Community: Strategies for Change Routledge Revivals #ad - The book arose out of the authors’ participation in several educational projects, including the Educational Priority Area Project which ran for three years during 1969-71. For this reason a cultural shock is experienced by many children on joining school. The authors offer several alternative approaches to pre-school organisation and content of the time and examine some specific examples, such as the Pre-school Playgroup movement and the Leicester Home-Start scheme.
Much of current educational theory and research at the time was concerned with the effect that pre-school education should have in accelerating development throughout the years of compulsory schooling. The authors argue that pre-school, as a transitional phase, could do much to reduce the shock, but that many of the efforts made for the under-fives simply expose them earlier to the contrast between home and school learning situations.
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The spanish and mexican colonial censuses are essential for researching New Mexican roots. The entire book has been re-typed in a more readable font, corrections have been made, and a new index points to page numbers rather than microfilm frames. The 1790 census lists the head of household along with age and occupation.
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It will also be of interest to Jungian analysts and therapists in training and in practice. Rowland argues that jung’s works encapsulate realities beyond narrow definitions of what a single academic discipline ought to do, and through using case studies alongside Jung’s work she demonstrates how both disciplines find a home in one another.
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Aristotle on the Nature of AnalogyLexington Books #ad - This book will argue that these principles reveal a structure of analogy that discloses an inherent mobility of logos which enables it to reflect the intuitive and ever-changing principles of becoming. This book will argue that both of these interpretations overlook the nature of the Aristotelian analogy.
The second and third principles are inseparable from logos but always remain hidden from addressability ana-logos. The structure of analogy can be taken from Aristotle’s discussion of the three principles of natural “becoming” in his Physics Alpha. In this book, these are referred to as the mathematical interpretation and the correlative interpretation.
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The mathematical approach claims that the Aristotelian analogy only accounts for proportional comparisons between usually four things. Focusing primarily on aristotle’s Physics Alpha, an attempt is made to establish the structure and significance of the Aristotelian analogy. Although the first principle, accounts for addressability, logos, the other two do not.
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