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ERIC Number: ED064869
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972
Pages: 192
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Teaching Human Beings. 101 Subversive Activities for the Classroom.
Schrank, Jeffrey
While educational critics and reformers are asking schools to become the agents of cultural and social change, there are some teaching methods which can be used now, within the existing system, to help students help themselves to grow and learn. This book presents a wide variety of multimedia methods designed to make the best use of currently available materials to stimulate students to think about themselves and their society. Chapters cover sense education, hidden cultural assumptions, violence, drug education, learning about death, and activities to promote "unlearning" of dangerous or self-defeating knowledge. Appended are lists of sources for films and simulation and games. (RH)
Beacon Press, 25 Beacon Street, Boston, Massachusetts 02108 ($7.95)
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