I was driving down from Boston to New York City with Dick Magidoff, a friend who teaches at a suburban high school near Boston. He was obviously excited as he told me about an idea he'd been exploring with a group of his students. How he or any one else could get excited about anything that was happening in high school took getting used to. I could only think back to my own high school days as something I had to suffer through. But as he went on and got caught up in his enthusiasm, some things troubling me about my own work began to take on a new perspective.
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Liberated Zone: An Evolving Learning Space
Harvard Educational Review (1969) 39 (4): 86–97.
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Robert Goodman; Liberated Zone: An Evolving Learning Space. Harvard Educational Review 1 December 1969; 39 (4): 86–97. doi: https://doi.org/10.17763/haer.39.4.a1vr472254060u34
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