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Reach, touch, and teach

@inproceedings{Borton1970ReachTA,
  title={Reach, touch, and teach},
  author={Terry Borton},
  year={1970}
}
Reach Touch and Teach, published in 1970 by an American school teacher, describes an experiment in education at Richmond Union High, ‘an integrated school of three thousand in an industrial city across the bay from San Francisco’ (Borton, 1970, p.3). In many ways, it is a book of its time, filled with accounts of open learning experiments (complete with photographs), idealised statements of intent and examples of students' creative writing and artwork. It's aims are summed up in the opening… Expand

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