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Sunday, July 20, 2014

Perception provides the lens we view the world with. Students need to be aware of their lens if they are to truly comprehend and direct their thinking process. This article helps teachers thin about students' perspectives. Courtesy of ASCD.

How perspective affects classroom relationships, learning
A change in perspective about a colleague, a student or a classroom routine can help improve relationships, instruction and classroom learning, education professor Lori Desautels writes in this blog post. Desautels offers three suggestions for this practice, such as recognizing a trigger for a challenging student and figuring out a new approach for working with him or her. Edutopia.org/Social and Emotional Learning blog (7/10)Bookmark and Share

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