Sentence Examples


  • In the early 2000s, children of all ages and from every socioeconomic background often prefer television, computers, and battery-operated toys to self-directed, imaginative, and creative play.
  • Clinician-directed play therapy is, therefore, not naturally self-directed play, but play designed by a professional to facilitate understanding of the child and the child's healing process.
  • Teens who are self-directed will enjoy the freedom of homeschooling and will be able to participate in many other learning experiences as a result of their new, more flexible schedules.
  • According to a study called the Digital Youth Project, youth use social networking to extend social contacts and support one another in special interests and self-directed learning.
  • Such a contradiction is common and often the extrovert has been achieved as a self-directed attempt to overcome what Aquarius considers to be a personal flaw in her character.