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Asking Worthwhile Questions

We are all familiar with the Socratic method of teaching – asking questions to find the knowledge that lies within.  Teachers are supposed to ask questions, to involve students and to get them to think. Questions are a good thing, … Continue reading

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Branching Out!

Teaching is a highly personal and interpersonal activity. Like snowflakes, every teacher (and student, for that matter) is different. One of the biggest mistake we can make is expecting uniformity and conformity – from teachers as well as from students! … Continue reading

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