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No Lickspittle
Wonderful! MHDSRIP x
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Jamir Brunson
Add captions next time please
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Rajkumar Parmar
आपके बारे में पढ़ा था आज देख भी लिया
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miklevideo
Jerome Bruner: La principal cosa de enseñar es abrir horizontes de posibilidades Enseñar es acerca de Posibilidades Eso choca en un mundo que da primacía a los hechos hoy El horizonte ha de abrirse a Pasado y futuro y no limitarse al lugar y modo actual Aprender cómo conversar con otros y dialogar de tal modo que en el diálogo se abra el mundo El modo privilegiado de las escuelas es el de depositar el conocimiento ya dado como si ahí existiera separado de nosotros dentro de la cabeza del niño o estudiante como si este fuera un pasivo receptor, un disco en blanco que grabarbrY no se deja al estudiante un papel a activo Cultura es un modo de conocer desde unos lentes desde los que se ve la vida
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shabnam khan
My exam in tommoorrow so I read this
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shabnam khan
I can't beleveid that I see that
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shaymaa elkeey
hello professor my name is shaymaa elkeey author in Europe and phd student in magic thinking for children in science education faculty of education for early childhood education Alexandria university , Egypt good practice is the best thing can influence thanks
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Patricia Stone
Carl Rogers gave a brilliant lecture on how to transform education in the 1960's that would have led to implementing all this and more Nobody listened Hence the entrenched ignorance of today amongst so many who have never been taught to learn
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Bruner Chan
Just checking out people with my same name🥰😘
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حسن الشريفي
RIP master Bruner
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Taya Kristo
Bruner is the biggest contributor in psychology, his theory resonates with me deeply Hopefully starting this century onward we can transform education and continue his legacy
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Sunhong Hwang
He is the one who introduced Vygotsky to the Western World And he is the one who emphasize the importance of storytelling One of my favorite intellectual heroes
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circles in the night
I wish he was my teacher
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Carsten Legaard
What a charming and vibrant young man
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S S
RIP Mr Bruner (1915-2016)
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David Gibson
Teach to the future, open learner's minds to the possible and to going beyond the information givenI always appreciated that he focused on 'play'! Great to get this gem of a statement!
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cansomeonehelpmeout
Great man, he sounds like Yoda though
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Vitty Beat
Aguante el cognitivismo amigooooooooooooooo
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berrybares
wise words educating to reveal the possibilities infinite
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Yolpechara Lim
I agree, when you are teaching someone something, you are sharing your ideas with that person Also when you think of teaching, it is a both ways learning You can learn as much from a person as you can teach them How he or she thinks will affect your ways of teaching in the future
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Jerry Rhee
"For our present purpose it is sufficient to say that the inferential process involves the formation of a habit…For every habit has, or is, a general law brbrWhatever is truly general refers to the indefinite future;…It is a potentiality; and its mode of being is esse in futuro The future is potential not actual…brThe value of a symbol is that it serves to make thought and conduct rational and enables us to predict the future…The being of a symbol consists in the real fact that something will be experienced if certain conditions be satisfied…"br Peirce
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