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Monday, 19 March 2012
O2 #3 When Does Learning Begin? (via BigThink)
In a recent interview, the United States’ foremost educational historian Diane Ravitch told Big Think what really matters when it comes to learning, inside schools and out. Contrary to conventional wisdom, she says, it's not K-12 teachers who are most responsible for kids' progress -- ages 0-5 are some of the most developmentally important, with continued resonance throughout one's entire life.
Here is the 2:52 video: AgeLearning