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  • A philosophy that centers on the importance of human potential and creativity for self-actualization. It promotes the development of the whole person through a focus on affective domains instead of just cognitive ones. Humanism advocates experiential learning that is self-directed and self-evaluated and eschews external rewards.

    10.4135/9781412972024.n1217

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