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Nobody can teach anyone anything,

Author: Wilfred Rusk Wees
Publisher: Toronto, Doubleday Canada; Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, 1971.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A discussion of the inadequacies and obsolete methods of primary and secondary education today.
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Wees, Wilfred Rusk.
Nobody can teach anyone anything.
Toronto, Doubleday Canada; Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, 1971
(OCoLC)904153913
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Wilfred Rusk Wees
OCLC Number: 133730
Description: viii, 203 pages 22 cm
Contents: 1. Survival Schooling --
2. The System --
3. Force and Fear in Education --
4. The Child is Man's Tomorrow --
5. Why Do We Have Schools? --
6. A Restatement of Aims --
7. The Pursuit of Purpose --
8. School and Home --
9. On Living and Learning --
10. The Way of Educational Change --
11. Thinking About What Has Been Said --
12. Out With It --
13. Free and Easy --
Freedom of Speech in Schools --
14. Food For Children's Thinking --
15. More Food for Thought --
16. Read, Johnny, Read! --
17. The Exceptional Child is Every One of Them --
18. The Teacher as Innovator --
19. Teaching Teachers for Tomorrow's Children --
20. Toward a Discipline of Education --
21. Toward a Profession of Teaching --
22. Toward and Institution of Education --
23. Future Planning for Education.
Responsibility: by W.R. Wees.

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A discussion of the inadequacies and obsolete methods of primary and secondary education today.

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