How children learn
Delacorte Press/Seymour Lawrence, 1983 - 303 pages
"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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Review: How Children Learn (Classics in Child Development)Avis d'utilisateur - James Swenson - Goodreads
tl;dr: Teachers, parents, and students might like to read How Children Learn and think about it, or even use it to jump-start a discussion with their peers. *** Because I'm a college math professor ... Consulter l'avis complet
Review: How Children Learn (Classics in Child Development)Avis d'utilisateur - Esther May - Goodreads
This book was interesting in how it talked about learning. It was different than many books I have read. The author shared entries from his diary. He also encouraged the reader to be patient with ... Consulter l'avis complet
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Como As Criancas Aprendem (How Children Learn), Verus Editora, 2007. A Brazilian translation of Holt's bestselling second book. Revised in 1982 with much ...
JSTOR: How Children Learn
HOW CHILDREN LEARN. By John Holt. New York: Pitman Publishing Corp., 1967. 189 pp. $4.95. The popularity of John Holt's earlier book, How Children Fail, ...
How Children Learn (1967) by John Holt (Gurteen Knowledge)
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How Children Learn | The Classical Scholar
The landmark book How Children Learn was originally written by John Holt, a former 5th grade math teacher in an elite private school, during the early ...
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John Holt’s: How Children Learn
In this book, John Holt rejects the idea that children are they the passive receptacles of knowledge that can only learn in a schoolroom
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How Children Learn is a book by educator John Holt, first published in 1967. A revised edition was released in 1983 with new chapters and commentaries. ...
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How Children Learn by John Holt at Questia Online Library
"Children do not need to be made to learn", Holt maintains, because each is born with what Einstein called "the holy curiosity of inquiry"
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