Education for psychological maturity
Those who believe in education for psychological maturity draw heavily on the insights of modern depth psychology – stemming from Freud, Jung, Adler, Sullivan, and others – about how the human mind develops and why people behave as they do. A quote from one of Dr. Jersild’s book, When Teachers Face Themselves, sets the tone of this program: “Education should help children and adults to know themselves and to develop healthy attitudes of self-acceptance.” Dr. Jersild proposes that efforts to promote self-understanding should be incorporated into the nation’s total educational program. He also answers objections and comments upon a filmed illustration.
KTCA-TV, Minneapolis-St.Paul; Dr. Harvey M. Rice; Arthur T. Jersild; Dr. Philip H. Phenix; Donald G. Cain; Harriet Premack Soll; Elmer Dahl; Kodo Kawamura; Raphael W. Green; David Westphal; Joseph T. McDermott
National Educational Television; Indiana University Audio-Visual Center
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