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Winnie Cohron

Yes, content matters! What is placed within a vessel can enliven it or diminish it. Why would we want to use anything other than the best literature, art and religious thought as learning materials?

What we see, what we hear, what we read...all that we first learn through the senses - these things have the power to move imagination and motivation. The "what" of learning shapes and molds the object of thought and forms the scaffolding that supports the desire for deeper learning.

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