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Understanding Students’ Experiences of Failure

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Understanding Students’ Experiences of Failure

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Failure is a regular column topic—specifically, the need for students and their teachers to reorient to it as an opportunity for learning. Our natural inclination makes us want to run from it. We don’t need to intentionally fail; plenty of it happens without intention, and we aren’t ever going to enjoy failing. We just need to see it for what it is: the inability to do something and the chance to try again.

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