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Vindplaats:B 2.32 
Titel:Children are people too 
Auteur: Daniel O'Donnell 
Samenvatting: Written with high school students in mind the author takes advantage of the adolescents' broadening cognitive maturity for greater awareness, imagination and judgment in developing new values and ideologies at a developmental stage when they are seeking their own independent identity. The adolenscents' sense of adventure and need for experiential learning is stimulated through the issues raised by the author in discussing every article of the Convention, as the students are made to explore the social environment and actively test their views, not only among themselves but also with their teachers, their parents, and other adults. In the process, the adults acquire a vicarous experience and develop empathy with the students. Realizing that they were once children too, parents and teachers begin to know and appreciate the principles and provisions of the Convention on the Rights of the Child. "Children are People Too" is for both adolescents and adults alike.  
Uitgever: Avil Publishing, INC 
Jaar van uitgave: 1996 
Taal: Engels 
Aantal aanwezig:
ISBN/ISSN: 971-27-0508-0 
Ondertitel: A guide to the Convention on the Rights of the Child for students and teachers 
Opmerkingen: Illustraties door Jess Abrera. 
Aantal pagina's: 193 
Trefwoorden: kinderen, kinderrechten, onderwijs, kinderarbeid, gezondheidszorg,