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Korean Journal of Child Studies 1995;16(2): 65-80.
전통 아동교육서에 나타난 아동교육 원리
Principles of Child Education in Traditional Korean Child Education Books
Hyang Eun Kim
This study explored principles of child education in such traditional Korean child education books as "So Hak", "Dong Mong Sun Seup", "Kyuk Mong Yo Kyul", and "Sa So Goel". Principles of child education presented in those traditional Korean child education books can be identified as (1) modeling and identification, (2) integration of knowledge and behavior, (3) spontaneity of learning, (4) learning by doing, (5) early education with consideration of critical periods, and (6) individualization. From those findings, we can conclude that traditional Korean child education (1) emphasizes learner characteristics and principles of child development, (2) gives good guidance to significant adults around children, and (3) suggests implications to modern child education practices which are mainly concerned with knowledge and function.
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