which the activities of one are enhanced and constrained by the needs and interests of others. Maintaining an exclusive focus on the individual misses something both important and unique about the educational enterprise where in learning together children also learn how to learn together. This kind of activity requires a more social and a more interactive model of learning than the one that Rogers provides us with.
In Fifty Major Thinkers on Education: Dewey
ELEANOR FEINBERG AND WALTER FEINBERG