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Epstein AS. The intentional teacher : choosing the best strategies for young children's learning. Washington, DC: National Association for the Education of Young Children; 2007.

"The long-raging debate over 'child-initiated' vs 'adult-directed' learning reduces a complex question to two extremes, in which either the children or the adults hold the power in a classroom. Here, finally, is a book that recognizes there is a middle ground where children and adults share responsibility for learning, and that the most effective teachers make thoughtful, intentional use of both child-guided and adult-guided experience."