Timeless Learning: How Imagination, Observation, and Zero-Based Thinking Change Schools

A Review

  • Chelsea T Morris University of West Georgia
  • Lindsey A Chapman
Keywords: student-centered learning, school leadership, student voice

Abstract

This review provides a broad discussion related to how the authors of Timeless Learning: How Imagination, Observation, and Zero-Based Thinking Change Schoolsspeaks to ongoing institutional practices that limit and oppress learner’s leadership, imagination, and self-exploration. The book’s focus on the biodiversity of learning is highlighted within the review as a necessary strength to the humanization of students and to seeing the value of student-driven learning.

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Published
2019-05-06
How to Cite
Morris, C., & Chapman, L. (2019). Timeless Learning: How Imagination, Observation, and Zero-Based Thinking Change Schools. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 2(1), 113-118. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.02.01.9

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