Thursday, November 30, 2006

Children would learn better if adults didn't put them in public strait-jacket 'desks' so often. When a scientist wants to work on a difficult problem, where does he go? Into a secluded laboratory, or study. We should have such 'study' rooms in our public educational systems- a secluded capsule-room where computer, wall maps, globes, the periodical chart, microscope, etc., are readily available, and the child can think alone, for certain period of time, being allowed afterward to mingle with the general school population.


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