Language Learners—From Learning Styles to Identity
From a global perspective, education is the key to democratic participation and personal welfare. Therefore, providing as many people with as much education as possible is a fundamentally democratic endeavour. From a historical point of view, it is thus very consistent that the humanist approaches to public schooling for an increasing number of people in the 17th and 18th century drew on the idea of instructivist teaching to large numbers of students, crowded into large classrooms.
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