Re: DSM: Re: Finding like minded people


Rick Stansberger (rickstan@zianet.com)
Tue, 31 Oct 2000 15:00:22 -0700


How can they be a Sudbury school and teach "core concepts"? The whole point
behind the Sudbury model is that there ARE no core concepts which everyone must
be taught. The only concepts that matter are the ones the individual seeks to
learn. I get the feeling that there's a confusion here among attitudes,
knowledge, and behavior. That's the greatest weakness of behaviorism. It leads
to the confusing of conditioning with learning.

Rick



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