Classroom-level change is unsustainable. It must happen at the school level, at minimum.
Sammy Kayes

OR use that as an excuse to prioritize other classes over yours. That has also been my experience. I have made it a huge point of emphasis on my end to be cognizant of the amount of freedom I am giving students. I also solicit feedback from a steering committee of four-ish students; we met every two to three weeks to talk about class…I mostly listened to the voices they were representing. These meetings helped me better gauge the amount of freedom I was providing, and how it needed to vary depending on the task.

Regardless, I’m glad I stumbled upon this. Looking forward to reading more.


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