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3 Ways Parents Can Spot Student-Centered Learning | Getting Smart

February 26, 2015  By

Recently I had the opportunity to learn alongside my seven-year old daughter, as we used the occasion of yet another snowed-in February day to scratch the itch of one of her many curiosities. Driven partly by me and largely by a friend at school, she’s been talking a lot lately about computers and how they work so we sat down together to try the Hour of Code. It was fun for the two of us to share a learning experience that we were both coming to completely new.

So many of our experiences alongside our children often involve us teaching them things that we ourselves have already experienced or mastered.

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Student’s Perspective


Student asks important question…

Literacy Teaching and Teacher Education

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He doesn’t receive much of an answer.

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