Thinking across Cultures

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introduction for my talk. Bruner ( 1960) report of that conference, The Process of Education, which I read while still a first grade teacher in Stratford, Conn., was influential in sending me on to graduate school and specifically to Harvard. And in a larger sense, the continuity of conversations--written as well as oral--is the basic theme of my talk.


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