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Life becomes a delicate but powerful dialogue between genetics and the environment
While all children need both a body of knowledge and some basic skills to enable them to be functionally literate, a rapidly changing society demands that young people be able to rise above such rote, factual levels to think critically, and creatively; to be flexible, and spontaneously to be able to solve ill structured, ambiguous problems in areas in which they have little first hand information.
An incomplete, but most interesting paper, challenging the structure of schooling
A highly influential book linking research to evolving practice
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