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Do class breaks contribute to kids collective group development?

  • Yes they do.

    Class breaks are good for all involved. They help people to go to the bathroom, get a drink, and just rest the brain for a few minutes. They also allow the brain a break to go over what it has been trying to process. Class breaks also allow the children to socialize in a less structured environment. This helps develop social skills which help with collective group development.

  • Yes it does.

    Kids need class breaks to take a minute and collect themselves. They need to let out that stress and pent up energy, it helps to encourage a better environment for learning. This way hyper students will be able to run and get rid of the energy and behave better in class.

  • Yes, collectivism is not good.

    Yes, class breaks contribute to a child's collective group development, because collective group development is not that important for a child. A child needs to learn to do more than follow the group. Spending time away from the group helps the child learn prospective. They can learn when peer pressure is a good thing and when it is a detriment.

  • Class Breaks Necessary for Chlid Development

    Breaks during the school day are necessary for childrens' collective group development. Recess and similar breaks encourage students to interact and play with each other, which is always a positive thing. Without a doubt, these breaks contribute to a child's development in invaluable ways that people cannot and should not ignore.

  • It's all about age and maturity.

    I do not think that class breaks help create a collective group identity. I think that people tend to associate and want to be around people their own age or maturity level and class breaks contribute to that. It is a symptom of correlation, but not causation. Kids just want to hang out with like minded peers.


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