What Should Young Children Be Learning

@inproceedings{Katz1990WhatSY,
  title={What Should Young Children Be Learning},
  author={Lilian G. Katz},
  year={1990}
}
The concept of development includes two dimensions: the normative dimension, concerning the capabilities and limitations of most children at a given age, and the dynamic dimension, concerning the sequence and changes that occur in all aspects of the child’s functioning as he grows. It also addresses the cumulative effects of experience. While the normative dimension indicates what children can and cannot do at a given age, the dynamic dimension raises questions about what children should or… CONTINUE READING

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