Teaching with Simulation and Games
by Constance J. Seidner - 1976
If the relationship between play and socialization is generally recognized, and if the primary function of school is to prepare each generation for productive societal membership, one must ponder the relative absence of play activities from school, except as relief--recess--from the real business of learning.
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