Maslow’s Human Motivation and Meeting the Needs of Children


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Maslow's Human Motivation and Meeting the Needs of Children
According to the World Hunger Education Service (“Hunger in America, 2011), “In 2008, 17 million households, 14.6 percent of households (approximately one in seven), were food insecure, the highest number ever recorded in the United States” (par 2). A child who is hungry cannot focus on doing math problems because his primary focus is on when he or she is going to obtain the next meal. According to Abraham Maslow and his theory of human motivation, this statistic concerning hunger would affect early childhood education because many children go to school every day hungry. Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs; physiological, safety, belonging and love, esteem, and self-actualization; are...
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Wikipedia. 2010.  "The Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act."
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