Lawrence Erlbaum Associates (2006)
|Abstract||This book is about the influences on how we come to be what we are, and to think the way we do. Central concerns are the influences of language and the role of technology. The aim is to describe the scope and limits for how we can be seen to think, learn.|
|Keywords||Reflective teaching Learning, Psychology of Self Self-actualization (Psychology Knowledge, Theory of Education Philosophy|
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|Call number||LB1025.3.S63 2006|
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