This is a book where John Holt uses anecdotal observations that question assumptions about how children acquire knowledge and learning skills.This is a book where John Holt uses anecdotal observations that question assumptions about how children acquire knowledge and learning skills.Read Less
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Good. Tigh Clean Text. Some Edge Wear. Children do not need to be made to learn, told what to learn, or shown how. if we give them access to enohgh of the world, including our own lives and work in that world, they will see clarly what things are truly important to us and to others, and they will make for themselves a better path into that we could make for them.
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