Our Freedom to Learn in Practice: A Description and Analysis of the International Language School Group

Author: 

Simonfalvi, Leslie

Abstract: 

The author introduces his orientation to the person-centered approach and describes his experience of founding and serving as director of the International Language School Group with its person-centered style. He explores how Rogers’ (1961) personal thoughts on teaching and learning are fulfilled within this context. The author suggests that the school represents a unique, mature example of a Rogerian educational institution and way of being. 

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