The question posed was “are all classrooms unique?” They are but not every aspect of a classroom is unique. The classroom is a microcosm of the social world. So what is unique? The individual students are unique. They have agency and a unique psycho-biography. On the other hand individual students also have dispositions conditioned by society.… Continue reading The question posed was “are all classrooms unique?”
I don’t think you can easily identify a good teacher. Some students respond to one person in a way they would not respond to another. Good teams have a variety of teaching approaches delivered by teachers differentiated by personal beliefs and teaching styles. Students need to experience different personalities and teaching styles. The quirky and the… Continue reading Neither teacher nor student: learning happens in the spaces in between
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