This was the city William Ayers spent most of his professional life.
This place was more of a laboratory from Ayers's view.
The Public School
This place could be see as a place of great learning and growth or its opposite.
This was the suburb in which Ayers resided.
This is concept that humans have natural creative propensities that express themselves differently in development.
Ayers defends the development of the individual, arguing that current educational practice prevent individuality from surfacing.
These objects were criticized by Ayers for failing to track real progress in learning that matters.
Projects and Portfolios
These objects, according to Ayers, should be used when teaching students rather than tests.
This object was seen as a passive set of facts to be taught.
This was the location where people learned to teach.
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