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Freedom to Learn By Carl R. Rogers H. Jerome Freiberg,

  • Title: Freedom to Learn
  • Author: Carl R. Rogers H. Jerome Freiberg
  • ISBN: 9780024031211
  • Page: 246
  • Format: Paperback
  • This is the text that championed a revolutionary approach to education that changed the way we teach our children Now, in the Third Edition, its challenging the status quo with twenty years of evidence that defies current thinking Five exciting new chapters focus on issues of importance now and in the future learning from children who love school researching person ceThis is the text that championed a revolutionary approach to education that changed the way we teach our children Now, in the Third Edition, its challenging the status quo with twenty years of evidence that defies current thinking Five exciting new chapters focus on issues of importance now and in the future learning from children who love school researching person centered issues in education developing the administrators role as a facilitator building discipline and classroom management with the learner and person centered views of transforming schools Freedom to Learn, Third Edition is written in the first person, with two goals in mind to aid the development of the minds of children and young persons, and to encourage the kinds of adventurous enterprises being carried out daily by dedicated, caring teachers in creative classrooms and supportive schools throughout the nation Use of a first person narrative a technique pioneered by Carl Rogers in the first edition of Freedom to Learn personalizes text coverage, and gives prospective teachers a real feel of communicating with an expert about what is really needed in the classroom Case studies and interviews illumina
    Freedom to Learn This is the text that championed a revolutionary approach to education that changed the way we teach our children Now in the Third Edition its challenging the status quo with twenty years of evidenc

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    1. Difficulties and OpportunitiesCHAPTER ONE, Why do kids love school person centered learning communities i.e HSPVA in Houston, TX teachers as facilitators guide on the side vs sage on the sage a community of learners teachers, students, administrators, parents alternative assessment i.e portfolios innovation Graham and Parks School, Cambridge, MA non competitive environment The New Orleans Free School, Bob Ferris shared responsibility City Magnet, Lowell, MA Tanglewood Open Living School, Jeffers [...]

    2. I read quite a bit of Carl Rogers and B.F Skinner in college, the representing antipodal perspectives, Rogers being the libertarian, Skinner the manipulator Skinner was at once offensive yet challenging Rogers was much sympathetic, but usually boring This particular book, however, read for Educational Psychology class, was interesting than the others, probably because the idea of liberty in elementary classrooms was something I still hadn t thought much about.

    3. The thread that runs through every so called radical book I read on education is freedom Give kids or adults freedom, time, and opportunity, and they will thrive This book discusses ways to provide that even in inflexible, institutional environments.

    4. What can I say I read this my first year in teaching, a good 25 years ago, and it framed what I hold most dear Learning should be fun Learners should be given latitude in what they study The rest is commentary.

    5. This is the book that opened my eyes to the essence of teaching and learning It explained why I didn t truly become a learner until I left my formal education It may be dated a bit, but the essential message still rings true A classic in humanistic education I read the first edition.

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