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By Robyn R. Jackson

If it ever appears like educating is too a lot exertions, here's a consultant that is helping you improve a extra fluid and automated solution to reply to scholars and carry nice educating reviews each time.

Using a quick set of uncomplicated ideas and school room examples that advertise mirrored image, Robyn R. Jackson explains the right way to improve a grasp instructor attitude.

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It had come to that. I realize now that because I had difficulty handling Keisha, I looked at her in terms of her deficits rather than her strengths. She did not fit my image of a good student so I expected her to fail. More importantly, because I had difficulty reaching her, I blamed her. If I were really honest, I didn’t like Keisha because she didn’t swoon over my lessons. I had worked hard on those lessons and was working very hard to teach her what I thought was a valuable skill. After all the work I’d done, she sat there with her head on her desk.

In order to do so, we must first figure out what currencies we are accepting and what currencies our students are spending. Next, we have to determine whether there is a disconnection between the two. If there is, we need to figure out why that disconnection is occurring. There are two possible explanations. indd 32 12/12/2008 12:35:18 PM Start Where Your Students Are 33 disconnection is occurring because students do not have the currencies we are accepting in the classroom. If that is the case, we need to help students acquire this currency.

Allow students frequent opportunities to discuss among themselves what ideas mean and how they can be applied. This helps students express ideas in their own words and relate what they are learning to what they have learned already. indd 43 12/12/2008 12:35:20 PM 44 Never Work Harder Than Your Students • Ask students to explain to the class how they arrived at a solution to a problem. Show students that there are multiple ways to solve a problem and help them find a way that works best for them.

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