Hidden assumptions, attitudes, and procedures in failing schools

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Title: Hidden assumptions, attitudes, and procedures in failing schools
Author/Artist: Gunzelmann, Betsy A.
Date: 2008
Description: Describes the different assumptions and ingrained habits used in education that are observed to impede learning in schools.

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Subject: education
learning
teaching
Original Format: This article originally appeared in Educational Horizons, quarterly journal of Pi Lambda Theta, Inc., International Honor Society and Professional Association in Education, PO Box 7888, Bloomington, IN 47407, www.pilambda.org
Citation Link: http://hdl.handle.net/10474/1263
APA Citation: Gunzelmann, B. (2008). Hidden Assumptions, Attitudes, and Procedures in Failing Schools. Educational Horizons 86(2), 85-97.

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