3 Responses to “evidence radicalteaching does not work”

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Although I understand your point, I do not completely agree. I think there is power in a day of pause. The same way sitting and breathing can lead to new personal insights, so can a day sitting by the window watching the snow swirl down. I hope the day never comes when I don’t appreciate this “learning” as much as I appreciate a day in the classroom.

b.e. said in January 13th, 2011 at 8:00

Is it possible to build those reflection, learning moments into every day?

radicalteacher said in January 13th, 2011 at 10:33

It’s easier to get caught up in the “doing” rather than the “being” of everyday, but yes it can be done and I’ll go as far as to say that it should be done. I still don’t think stopping and reflecting for a day is worthless, but having now been through five snow days and what seems like two upcoming, it definitely begins to lose its charm.

b.e. said in January 22nd, 2011 at 15:52

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