Tuesday, August 23, 2016
Reading Together - How to Teach - How Thinking May Be Stimulated
"Correct results may be obtained, even in problematic situations, with no thinking, and on the other hand much thinking may be done and yet the results reached be entirely unsatisfactory. Thinking is a process involving a certain definite procedure." (page 76, Kindle Edition)
"Thinking may go on (as in the other processes just mentioned) without reasoning, but all reasoning must involve thinking." (page 77, Kindle Edition)
"The use of whatever capacity for independent thought which children possess should result in the development of a group of open-minded, inquiring, investigating boys and girls, eager and willing in confronting their common community problems to do their own thinking, or to be guided by those who present conclusions which are recognized as valid." (page 88, Kindle Edition)
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