Childlike learning

Author
Ferreira, G. V.

See bottom of page 1.  The modes of learning (sening, attending, perceiving, thinking, imagining and fantasizing as well as remembering) constitute a choherent unity of actions presupposed by all learning (including dult).  This study teases out the nuances of these modes  as actualized by a child-in-education.

 

As acts they occur on the same level of being as teaching and, indeed, there is a correspondence between the activiies constituting teaching and learning within an adult-child relationship of educating...  Any procedure designed to change behavior (e.g., operant conditioning) prsupposes the actualization of this coherent unity of the above modes of learning.