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to question your knowledge

We must credit the child with enormous potential and the children must feel that trust. The teacher must give up all [their] preconceived notions and accept the child as a co-constructor. [This means] a willingness to question all your own abilities, your knowledge, to become humble. Only then will you be able to listen to the child, to set off on a common search, to educate each other together’.

Loris Malaguzzi, 1992

Quote from https://www.independent.co.uk/news/people/obituary-loris-malaguzzi-1367204.html

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