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Effective Teaching
Effective Teaching

SOURCE: Photographer Daniel Grogan, Grogan Photography. Used with permission.

In some schools, there is one full class period every day when teachers are in their classrooms and students can come for help. The theory is that if a student is having trouble in a subject, he can come to that teacher for extra instruction. The problem is that I teach ninth graders, and they rarely come for help unless required to do so. One day, I waited until 10 minutes before the end of consultation for Harry, a student I had told earlier in the day to come to see me. When he came in, he never even sat down, but just announced his presence. I invited him to sit down ...

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