Date of Award
Master of Arts (MA)
Dr. T. Earl Cullenger
Kindergarten children, on their first day in school, give one who has the opportunity to observe them an interesting experience. Each child reacts to this new situation in an individual manner. Some show their own particular idiosyncrasies, while others appear to accept this now contingency as though they were well experienced in school activities. The outstanding mannerisms and reactions of each child can give a watchful teacher some insight into the emotional characteristics of the particular child who shows marked variations from the ordinary.
Edwards, Frances M., "Emotional Behavior as Aroused by Initial Experience in School" (1937). Student Work. 2392.
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