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    On Teaching, Knowledge, and "Middle Ground"

    Jessica Howard
    Teachers are often torn between the dialectic forces of individual and group needs. A "middle ground" that encourages student growth and integrates disparate classroom priorities is described.

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    Summer 1989 Issue

    Abstracts

    Toward a Social-Contextual Approach to Family Literacy
    Elsa Roberts Auerbach
    Stories Told and Lessons Learned
    Toward a Narrative Approach to Moral Development and Moral Education
    Mark B. Tappan and Lyn Mikel Brown
    Responses to "Visions for the Use of Computers in Classroom Instruction"
    Staff
    On Teaching, Knowledge, and "Middle Ground"
    Jessica Howard
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