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"Compassionate Curiosity" Leads to More Effective Teaching

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1 year ago
A recent opinion piece in Education Week Teacher focuses on the need for teachers to practice "compassionate curiosity" to find out the true reason why a student may engage in rude or disruptive behavior, turn in poorly done work, or simply not complete assignments. This is a short and worthwhile read that can be found at https://www.edweek.org/tm/articles/2018/07/03/to-understand-your-students-use-compassionate-curiosity.html?cmp=eml-enl-tu-news2-rm&M=58544464&U=1309993.
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1 year ago
Love the part about students being puzzles to solve and not problems to react to.
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1 year ago
Quote from Rita Hulsman
A recent opinion piece in Education Week Teacher focuses on the need for teachers to practice "compassionate curiosity" to find out the true reason why a student may engage in rude or disruptive behavior, turn in poorly done work, or simply not complete assignments. This is a short and worthwhile read that can be found at https://www.edweek.org/tm/articles/2018/07/03/to-understand-your-students-use-compassionate-curiosity.html?cmp=eml-enl-tu-news2-rm&M=58544464&U=1309993.

Interesting article...
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1 year ago
Quote from Rita Hulsman
A recent opinion piece in Education Week Teacher focuses on the need for teachers to practice "compassionate curiosity" to find out the true reason why a student may engage in rude or disruptive behavior, turn in poorly done work, or simply not complete assignments. This is a short and worthwhile read that can be found at https://www.edweek.org/tm/articles/2018/07/03/to-understand-your-students-use-compassionate-curiosity.html?cmp=eml-enl-tu-news2-rm&M=58544464&U=1309993.

Great article. Thanks for sharing
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