One of Teachthought’s latest post serves as a good reminder of student perspective on their needs for success.
“As educators, we have a huge responsibility towards each child entrusted to us.
It is our duty to try our best to meet the needs of the students in our classroom and to help them become productive members of our communities. Sometimes we need to step out of our ‘teacher shoes’ and step into the shoes of a student to help us better understand them, since they are not always very adept at verbalizing their thoughts. Here are ten things you would learn from their point of view.” Read more here.