Who are you?

By Lisa Cooley | Jan 12, 2013

Jackson —  


You can look at students in terms of how to fashion a curriculum

to fit their interests and needs; 


Or you can look to students for the curriculum.

That's what I mean when I say the student and the standard

can't occupy the highest priority slot at the same time.


It will come down to a matter of how you look at students. They have

either strengths or weaknesses. You look at a student and think,

"How can you learn this?" or you look at a student and think, "Who are you?"

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