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An Overview
An overview

Our journey begins with brief introductions to the stories of several teachers who have learned about their students' abilities to inquire, think, and figure things out. We will note the wide variety of information-gathering approaches illustrated here as well as what the evidence suggests about students' growth in the 21st century capacities.

Why stories?

We all know the power of a story. When we hear about how a student became valedictorian of her class, how a student won a prize or a scholarship, or how a parent raised a child to succeed against terrible odds, we not only are enlightened intellectually but also feel good for that person. Of course, not all stories are happy ones, but they come with content knowledge, a structure ...

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