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					          ARNOLD GESELL
          • A CHILD IS THE PRODUCT
            OF THE ENVIRONMENT
                    . . . BUT

• DEVELOPMENT IS DIRECTED BY A
  GENETIC BLUEPRINT
              ARNOLD GESELL
              • A CHILD IS THE PRODUCT
                OF THE ENVIRONMENT
                          . . . BUT

• DEVELOPMENT IS DIRECTED BY A
  GENETIC BLUEPRINT
• MATURATIONIST PERSPECTIVE

SOCIALIZING FORCES WORK BEST WHEN THEY ARE
IN TUNE WITH INNER MATURATIONAL PRINCIPLES
• EXAMINATION OF PATTERNS
           THE ART
OF GRASPING SIMILARITIES AMONG
     PHENOMENA AND THUS
 FORGING PERCEPTUAL PATTERNS
  AND CONCEPTUAL CATEGORIES
      OUT OF THE FLUX OR
APPARENT CHAOS               OF
          EXISTENCE.

           WILLIAM JAMES
• EXAMINATION OF PATTERNS
• RECIPROCAL INTERWEAVING

Two tendencies gradually reach
an effective organization.
Through the process of reciprocal
interweaving we balance the
duality of our nature.
• EXAMINATION OF PATTERNS
• RECIPROCAL INTERWEAVING
• FUNCTIONAL ASYMMETRY

  Although individuals are able to
  balance the duality of their nature,
  they ultimately develop a
  preference for one tendency.
• EXAMINATION OF PATTERNS
• RECIPROCAL INTERWEAVING
• FUNCTIONAL ASYMMETRY
• SELF-REGULATION

  PROFOUND INFLUENCE ON
  CHILDRAISING PRACTICES
IMPLICATIONS FOR EDUCATION AND
  FOR DEVELOPMENTAL THEORY


• CONCEPT OF READINESS
• SEQUENCE AND RATE
• AGE NORMS

				
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