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Teachers who conduct classroom research initiate and carry out their own professional development 16 What Leads to Teacher Research in Schools? and learning. When teachers work together to study teaching and learning, they break out of the isolation of the classroom and begin to teach each other. The more our ideas about teaching and learning developed, the more they pushed us to consider educational change, especially in classrooms and schools. HOW SCHOOLS CHANGE Our ideas about educational change are based on teaching and learning as a process of research.
I want to do the same for my little brother. Starting at the Beginning They mentioned starting with what is fundamental to a task and then moving on to the more complicated part. “Don’t let them get stuck,” warned a middle school student. A high school student wrote: “In math everything sits on something else. ” Making Learning Visual They also mentioned using their hands and trying to make learning visual. A middle school student wrote: “One thing that helps me are my hands. ” Questioning Asking questions was a frequent strategy.
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