Chapter 8: Strategic Choice
The question of educative training has not been touched until we know what the child has been internally occupied with, what the predominating direction of his attention, his feelings, his disposition has been while he has been engaged upon this task … no account of educative training actually secured is adequate unless it recognizes the division of attention into which the child is being educated, and faces the question of what the worth of such division may be. (Dewey, 1913: 8-9)
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