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These universal laws stand above and transcend humans. This is why this ontology is called an ontology of transcendence (May, 2005). As an intentional and rational subject with a free will, the learner is responsible for her own learning and her/his ability to accept or comply with the help and support offered by the childcentred teacher. This is a teacher who is ultimately flexible in their own ability to be ‘response-able’ as well as ‘response-ready’ in relation to each individual child, the group and the surrounding world (Fendler, 2001).
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