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A story of failure is told within this book, the failure of a student, a teacher, and the educational system of which they were a part. But the story doesn't end quite there. It is also an account of the development, based on the simplest rules of learning, of an alternative to the ways of teaching dominant in our schools throughout the past 200 years or more. The system that takes form within this book, although first applied to higher education, is one that can be used at every level and in every sphere of learning. It works for every type of student: the old as well as the young; the gifted, the retarded, and the "average"; the student athlete, the musician, and those with other special skills; the minority and the part-time student; the handicapped and disadvantaged. No one is excluded.
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Book Description TRI, 1982. Paperback. Condition: Good. Tight binding. Flat, unmarked pages. Lightly age-toned. Cover lightly soiled. Your purchase benefits the world-wide relief efforts of Mennonite Central Committee. Seller Inventory # mon0000184710