Appraisal by Children

October 1960
Education Digest;Oct1960, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p50
The article presents several anecdotes about children's appraisal, published in various journals. The fifth-grade teacher, who always had her picture taken with her class, noticed a student looking through the pictures. The student said that he was trying to see which of the teacher's classes aged her the most. A kindergarten who is showing a bathroom scale to a friend commented that when people on stand on it, it makes them mad.


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