Art, Mind, And Brain: A Cognitive Approach To Creativity
In a provocative discussion of the sources of human creativity, Gardner explores all aspects of the subject, from the young child’s ability to learn a new song through Mozart’s conceiving a complete symphony.
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Doing History: Investigating with Children in Elementary and Middle Schools
Linda S. Levstik,Keith C. Barton
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