Sunday, 20 May 2018

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From Leonard Carmichael’s introduction to Dibbs in search of self by Virginia Axline, 1964: “No one who reads this book with understanding can ever again think that human psychological growth, success in a classroom, or the acquisition of a complex skill can be achieved merely by overt repetition or by the reinforcement of simple patterns of response.” That’s a keeper for sure.


Reading Blind Vertrouwen on Kindle. It’s fun to see the ‘percentage read’ figure change over time. I know that with an actual book you have page numbers and can feel the book’s thickness, but somehow this is different. 

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