The process of education

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Vintage books, 1960 - Educational research - 97 pages
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User Review  - Leanna Aker - Goodreads

Timeless educational classic. Bruner discusses the role of structure in learning (schema and the like), readiness for learning, intuition, and the desire to learn. His insights resonate with most educators, and they are simple and relevant, even today (book was written in the early 60's) Read full review

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User Review  - Irene - Goodreads

Pretty informative, some really interesting ideas, and still relevant today even though it was written 50 years ago. It really is amazing how relevant these books written so long ago are to modern educational problems... It makes me think of how little we've progressed. Read full review

Contents

INTRODUCTION
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THE IMPORTANCE OF STRUCTURE
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READINESS FOR LEARNING
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