child-centered


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designed to promote a child's personal qualities rather than to provide training or information

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Child-Centered Play Therapy Workbook: A Self-Directed Guide for Professionals
It was only in the mid-twentieth century that, for the first time, most American infants could look forward to growing up in affectionate, child-centered households that would foster their freedom and self-fulfillment.
Child-rearing advice urged a child-centered family, but real children thought they had better things to do.
Because, in the final analysis, they are and have been since the Fifties more self-centered than child-centered.
Although there is considerable evidence that kindergartners in child-centered programs have more opportunities to increase prosocial behavior and are more internally motivated than children in basic skills programs, the efficacy of child-centered versus basic skills programs with regard to prosocial behavior has not been examined among preschool children.