"The Having of Wonderful Ideas" and Other Essays on Teaching and Learning
Duckworth's ideas contained in these timeless essays are more important than ever to the public discourse on education. They are a much-needed antidote to many of today's school reform practices, where a number is accepted as an adequate representation of a student's learning. This revised edition features a new Introduction and a new chapter on critical exploration in the classroom.
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The Having of Wonderful Ideas
The Language and Thought of Piaget
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