Aesthetic Learning: Psychological Theory and Educational Practice
by David J. Hargreaves & Maurice J. Galton - 1992
In this chapter we attempt to maintain a balance among three sometimes conflicting, sometimes complementary points of view: those of the psychologist, the educator, and the teacher. It will become • apparent that the concerns of the first two are currently fairly disparate, but we shall argue that a bridge can be built between them by a careful and reflective consideration of the teacher's point of view.
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