When Teaching Fails

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I’m wanting to explore teacher responses to students who, for many reasons, may be slow to learn what we teach, and those who, for other reasons, resist our teaching efforts. I am interested in those students and their responses, but for the moment I’d like to focus on how we respond to when teaching fails.

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  1. Thanks Maryellen. I have found very helpful the Arab proverb “The journey of fifty miles begins with one step.” Acknowledging the small steps forward keeps me encouraged. Keeping the end of the journey before me and students helps me keep vision and passion.

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