Everyone can Learn
Every child develops when she has the opportunity to learn according to her interests and abilities. Learning is possible at any time, shown by the work with young adults in a workshop for people with disabilities. In this book, the author describes development-oriented learning using the example of reading, writing and calculating lessons. It was possible to carry out a literacy program with the adults, so that they were able to read and write texts independently. It also shows how some of them learned the four basic operations.
"An inspiring contribution to a socio-critical unity of pedagogical activity and scientific research." (Zeitschrift Heilpädagogik)
Beltz, Weinheim und Basel 1990.