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    Working from the Inside Out

    A Practical Approach to Expression

    Margot Grallert
    The concept of "working from the inside out" involves the following three requirements: a belief that every person has an inner sense of self that must provide direction for learning, an environment that encourages and stimulates one to find personal direction and a conviction that there are no final answers. The advantages of this method for schools are discussed.

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    Fall 1991 Issue

    Abstracts

    Tribal Rhythms
    A Thematic Approach to Integrating the Arts into the Curriculum
    Barbara Beckwith, W. Thompson Garfield, Charles M. Holley, J. Curtis Jones, and Susan E. Porter
    Working from the Inside Out
    A Practical Approach to Expression
    Margot Grallert
    Computer-Aided Collaborative Music Instruction
    James A. Hoffmann
    Learning to Teach against the Grain
    Marilyn Cochran-Smith
    The Community College at the Crossroads
    The Need for Structural Reform
    Kevin J. Dougherty
    Teaching Undergraduates about AIDS
    An Action-Oriented Approach
    Kimberly Christensen
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