School-age children - different dispositions and needs
Children have different needs and dispositions. They can be shy, anxious, impulsive, withdrawn, stressed, or have a disability. All of this needs to be thought about as children go to school. United States
The young school-age child
The first years of school are the major experiences through which children learn about their ever widening worlds. United States
The context of middle childhood
This article provides a conceptual model of child development that incorporates the contextual, racial, and cultural factors that can play critical roles for children who are not part of mainstream society. Canada
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