Harvard Educational Review
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    On Listening to What the Children Say

    Vivian Gussin Paley
    A growing number of teachers and researchers are collaborating on research projects involving classroom learning; some teachers, however, become their own investigative reporters. Vivian Gussin Paley has developed a method for studying the young child in her classroom that is at the same time a new approach to teaching. In this essay, she explains how the method evolved and describes its effect in the classroom.

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    Summer 1986 Issue

    Abstracts

    Sexual Harrassment in Academia
    Feminist Theory and Institutional Practice
    Frances L. Hoffmann
    On Listening to What the Children Say
    Vivian Gussin Paley
    A Teacher's Quest for a Child's Questions
    Kathe Jervis
    Media Power and the Development of Media Literacy
    An Adult Educational Interpretation
    Stephen Brookfield
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