Insult to Intelligence: The Bureaucratic Invasion of Our Classrooms

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Arbor House, 1986 - Education - 289 pages
The first book to warn parents and teachers against a traditional--and destructive--teaching method, this will be important to all who are involved with children's literacy and education in general.

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Insult to intelligence: the bureaucratic invasion of our classrooms

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Smith ( Reading Without Nonsense and other books) delivers yet another attack on the education system. He castigates the use of worksheets, drill and practice exercises, and programmed instruction. A ... Read full review

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The Rbbit at Work 3 Why the Rbbit Is Rife
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Whats Wrong With the Rbbit 10 Why the Rbbit Is
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