Jerome Bruner Quotes

Jerome Bruner Quotes: The foundations of any subject may be taught to anybody at any age in some form.
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Jerome Bruner Quote: Passion, like discriminating taste, grows on its use. You more likely act yourself into feeling than feel yourself into action.
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Quotes about Jerome Bruner: Telling others about oneself is...no simple matter. It depends on what we think they think we ought to be like
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Quote about Jerome Bruner: We begin with the hypothesis that any subject can be taught effectively in some intellectually honest form to any child at any stage of development.
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Jerome Bruner Sayings: Organizing facts in terms of principles and ideas from which they may be inferred is the only known way of reducing the quick rate of loss of human memory.
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Jerome Bruner Saying: The young child approaching a new subject or anew problem is like the scientist operating at the edge of his chosen field.
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Sayings about Jerome Bruner: There is, perhaps, one universal truth about all forms of human cognition: the ability to deal with knowledge is hugely exceeded by the potential knowledge contained in man's environment. To cope with this diversity, man's perception, his memory, and his thought processes early become governed by strategies for protecting his limited capacities from the confusion of overloading. We tend to perceive things schematically, for example, rather than in detail, or we represent a class of diverse things by some sort of averaged
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