In this article, Eleanor Duckworth focuses on the nature of understanding by leading the reader through the process of extended clinical interviewing. Duckworth describes some of her own explorations of science and how those experiences showed her what learning could be like. Those experiences included working with "a highly imaginative bunch of scientists and teachers of science" while developing the Elementary Science Study, a curriculum development program. As she describes it, Duckworth "got hooked" on the excitement of learning and has been an educator ever since, working to develop engaging learning experiences for both teachers and students. This article continues her effort to do just that, with lengthy descriptions of her own and her students' struggles — and enjoyment — as they attempt to understand and define various phenomena. And with that, she opens the discussion of "keeping it complex.
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Twenty-four, Forty-two, and I Love You: Keeping It Complex
Harvard Educational Review (1991) 61 (1): 1–25.
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Eleanor Duckworth; Twenty-four, Forty-two, and I Love You: Keeping It Complex. Harvard Educational Review 1 April 1991; 61 (1): 1–25. doi: https://doi.org/10.17763/haer.61.1.c66250342483j56l
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