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Caine and Caine contend that "it was only natural, perhaps, that schools would also adopt the basic tenets of the industrial model as guides for effective education" (12-13). The factory model of education, moored to a nineteenth-century paradigm, has served as the standard for public education since the Industrial Revolution in the United States. S. public education traditionally has been bound to what happened economically and socially, it is not surprising that the influence of industry extended not only to the organization and governance of schools but also to their architecture.
She is giving these students ample time to be actively creative and inventive and to be discoverers. " Then they shared. Sitting on the "author's chair," Michael read his two-and-one-quarter pages. This was his opener: * I found my pebble in the flowers in spring. It is shiny yellow and orange. I found it because of the sun shining. I'd picked it up for my pebble celection, and I said I wish I had lots of pebbles like this for my pebble celection. And in a flash of litening I had lots of pebbles like the one I found.