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“It is so boring when we do the same thing over and over again.”
This chapter covers one of the most frequently mentioned responses on the survey: mixing up the methods of teaching rather than merely focusing on one. Teaching should be like a braid, one that weaves together many strategies.
Sure, it’s valuable to have different teachers become experts in one method or another; that creates a great [Page 192]diversity of implementation on a school site. But what students are requesting is that each teacher also embed a diversity of ...