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What do we see in Classrooms? – Ways of Seeing

What do we see in classrooms? – ways of seeing

The point of this chapter is to consider our ways of looking at classrooms – and to consider more than the traditional or dominant approach. This is important for two reasons:

  • In ‘changing the script’ of classrooms toward something which better promotes effective learning, we can help ourselves by knowing in detail how we want the classroom to look. This is not because we are putting on some sort of ‘show’, but because it will give more detail ...
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