Exercises designed to bring about desirable changes in the behavior and attitudes of high school seniors in a course in child development and family relationships are determined by the results of a testing program. The exercises vary in form, including reading materials, lectures (often illustrated by slides and moving pictures), projects, and observation in the preschools.
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"The Effect of a Series of Learning Experiences for Teaching Certain Aspects of Child Development and Family Relationships to High School Students,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 40(1), 203-204.
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