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A Question about Teaching

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Gail1611
Fri, 18 Jun 1999 22:01:21 EDT


Hi Everyone,
I've had this put to me twice by 2 bosses so I guess I need some feed back on
what you all think? The question is this: You've presented a new project, set
up directions, answered questions, and have materials ready. Now do you
expect to basically sit back and let the kids do the project all on their
own ? I feel going around the room and helping kids(grades 1-5), making
suggestions, asking them to re-think a process he or she is doing helps my
students to do a better and more thorough job. My 2 bosses feel I work too
hard and should let the kids discover it all on their own. What do you
think is the best way for the kids to learn and develop? And it doesn't have
to be either of these ways. Thanks for your input. Gail

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