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Posted By: Deirdre Bell on August 27, 2002
This review is clear, concise, and stimulating; I'm going to look for the book because I teach children with learning differences/difficulties/disorders/disabilities and I'm often looking for ways to effectively communicate with classroom teachers to discover the integrity of each student's learning situation. This discussion of intellectual character clearly indicates awareness of nurturing all aspects of a child's being, and I like the excitement and creative tension of people being secure enough to live with the concept of pushing at the edges of what we know and expanding and better capitalizing on the power of language 'to prompt, prime, and pattern thinking.'
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