Listening to Learners
I credit Stephen Covey with "See to understand before seeking to be understood" because I first read and appreciated that powerful guidance in his work.
Jen Spain did just that and shared what she learned by listening to students as school began this year. She writes, "Thanks so much for this - great advice. I used your questions in all my classes this past week and wrote this blog.
Wisdom shines in the words of her learners. I encourage you to listen to your learners and then see what is similar and what is different. Please share. We would all love to hear.
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