How children learn

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Delacorte Press/Seymour Lawrence, 1983 - 303 pages
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"Children do not need to be made to learn", Holt maintains, because each is born with what Einstein called "the holy curiosity of inquiry". For them, learning is as natural as breathing. First published in 1967, How Children Learn has become a classic for parents and teachers, providing an "effective, gentle voice of reason" (Life).

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A lot of really great info on how kids learn and the fact that we need to give children the space to discover on their own and allow them to learn about the things they love. I liked this statement ... Consulter l'avis complet

Review: How Children Learn (Classics in Child Development)

Avis d'utilisateur  - Mariam Hussien - Goodreads

I am still 100 pages till the end of the book, but so far I am disspointed although I put high expectations on it, and maybe the problem is in me not in the book. The book first chapter states a ... Consulter l'avis complet

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JOHN HOLT is the author of" Coyote Nowhere--In Search of America's Last Frontier, "the" Montana Fly-Fishing Guides East "and" West "(page 157), and several other books. He has written for" Men's Journal, Fly Fisherman, The Denver Post, Gray's Sporting Journal, Travel & Leisure, Playboy," and" American Cowboy," He is a contributing editor for "Big Sky Journal" and lives in Livingston, Montana.

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